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THE 



EXHIBITION 




OF THE 



ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS 



MDCCCC. 



THE ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SECOND. 



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WM. CLOWES AND SONS, LIMITED, PRINTERS TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY. 



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The Exhibition opens the first Monday in May, and closes \ 
first Monday in August. \ 

Hours of Admission from 8 a.m. till 7 p.m. (except on the firs\ 
day, when the doors do not open before 10 a.m.). Hour' 
of Closing, 7.30 p.m. 

Price of Admission, is. 

Price of Catalogue : Large, with paper cover, is. Small, with 
paper cover, is. ; Small, bound in cloth, with pencil, is. 6d. 

Season Ticket, 5s. 

Visitors are not required to give up their sticks, umbrellas, or 
parasols before entering the Galleries ; but they can leave 
them, if they wish, with the attendants at the Cloak Room, 
in the Entrance Hall. The other attendants are strictly 
forbidden to take charge of anything. 

The Refreshment Room is reached by a staircase leading out 
of the Water Colour Room. 

Catalogues can only be obtained at the Academy. All applica- 
tions for Catalogues to be sent by post must be addressed 
to "The Secretary," and be accompanied by is. i|d. in 
stamps for a paper-covered copy, and is. 8d. for a bound 
copy. 

All communications should be addressed to " The Secretary ," 
and not to any official by name. 

The Gibson [Sculpture) Gallery and the Diploma Galleries are open 
daily, from 1 1 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ad;nission fir:. 




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ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS IN LOXDOX, I 



HONORARY MEMBERS. 



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The Most Rev. W. D. Maclagan. D.D., Lord Archbishop of York, Chaplain, 

Professor R. C. Jebb, M.P., Professor of A ncieni History. 

The Rt. Rev. M. Creighton, D.D., Lord Bishop of London, Professor of Ancient Literatim 

Francis C. Penrose, Esq., P.R.8., Antiquary. 

The Rt. Hon. William E. H. Leckt, M.P., Secretary for Foreign Correspondence. \ 

HONORARY RETIRED ACADEMICIANS. 

Faed, Thomas, Esq. Pickkksgill, Freds.. Rich., Esq. 

Frith, William Powell, Esq. Watts, George Frederick, *■ 

Horslev, John Callcott, Esq. > 

HONORARY FOREIGN ACADEMICIANS. 

Breton, Jules. I Gctcllaume, Claude J. B. E 

Dubois, Paul. Knaus, Ludwig. 

Gerome, Jean 'Lion. Menzel, Adolf. 



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Abbey, Edwin Austin. Esq. 

Aitchison, George, Esq. 

Alma-Tadema, Sir Lawrence. 

Abmstead, Henry Hugh, Esq. 

Boughton, George H., Esq. 

Brock. Thomas, Esq. 

Cooper, Thomas Sidney, Esq. 

Crofts, Ernest, Esq., Keeper and Trustee 

Davis, Henry Wm. Banks, Esq. 

Dicrsee, Frank, Esq., Auditor. 

Fii.des. Luke, Esq. 

Ford, Edward Onslow, Esq. 

Gilbert, Alfred, Esq., M.V.O. 

Goodall, Frederick, Esq. 

Gow, Andrew (.'., Esq. 

Graham, Peter, Esq. 

Gregory, Edward John, Esq. 

Herkomer, Hubert von. Esq. 

Hook, James Clarke, Esq. 

Jackson, Thomas Graham, Esq., Auditor. 

Leader, Benjamin Williams, Esq. 



ACADEMICIANS. 

Leslie, George Dunlop, Esq. 



Lucas, John Seymour, Esq. 
MacWhirter, John, Esq. 
Orchardson, William Quiller, Esq. 
Ocless, Walter William, Esq. 
Poynter, Sir Edward J., President and 

Prinsep, Valentine Cameron, Esq. 
Richmond, Sir William Blake, K.C.B. 
Riviere, Briton, Esq., Trustee. 
Bant, James, Esq. 
Sargent, John Singer, Esq. 
Shaw, Richard Norman, Esq. 
Stone, Marcus, Esq. 
Thornycroft, W Hamo, Esq. 
Waterhouse, Alfred, Esq., Treasurer and 

Trustee. 
Waterhouse, John William, Esq. 
Wells, Henry Tanworth, Esq., Auditor. 
Woods, Henry, Esq. 
Yeames, Wm. Fredk., Esq., Librarian. 



HONORARY RETIRED ASSOCIATES. 



Le Jeune, Henry. 



Belcher, John. 

Bodley. George Frederick. 

Lrami.ky, Frank. 

Brett, John. 

Clausen, (George. 

< OPE, Arthur Stockdale. 

i kowe, Eyre. 

Dbuht, Edw. Alfred Briscoe. 

K\^t, Alfred. 

Forbes, Stanhope A. 



Nicol, Erskine. 
ASSOCIATES. 
Frampton, Geor e James. 
Hacker, Arthcr. 
HtJiv, Charles Napier. 
Hunter. Colin. 
John, William Goscombe. 



Stacpoole, Frederic. 



Parsons, Alfred. 
Shannon, James J. 
Smyths, Lionel Percy. 
Solomon, Solomon J. 
Storey, George Adolphus. 



La Thangue, Henry Herbert. Swan, John MacAllan 
Macbeth, Robert Walker. ' Tuke, Henry Scott, 
Morris, Philip Richard 
Murray, David. 
North, John William. 



Waterlow, Ernest Albert. 

Webb, Aston. 

Wyllie, William Lionel. 



PROFESSORS. 

Of Painting, vacant. | Of Anatomy, William Anderson. F.R.C.S. 

<>i Sculpture, vacant. ! Of Chemistry, Arthur Herbert Church. 

Of Architecture, George Aitchison,Esq.,R.A. i M.A., F.R.S. 

Teacher of Perspective, vacant. 

Master of the Architectural School, R. Phene" Spiers. 

SECRETARY. 

Fred. A. Eaton. 



Under Revision.} 

THE 



-EXHIBITION 



OF THE 



ROYAL ACADEMY OF AR 

MDCCCC. 

UERARiE 

-SECOND. 



" It is only the disease of the unskilful to think rude things greater 
than polished." — Ben Jonson. 




LONDON : 



PRINTED BY WM. CLOWES AND SONS, LIMITED, 
14 CHARING CROSS, 

PRINTERS TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY. 

■{Entered at Stationers' Hall.] 



CONTENTS. 



Oil Paintings. Miniatures. 

PAGE 

Gallery I. — (Nos. 1-65) . . 7 Water Colour Room— 

„ IL— (Nos. 66-136) 11 (Nos. 1362-1526) .. .. 81 
,, III.— (Nos. 137-233) 16 

„ IV.-(Nos. 234-318) 22 Etchings, Drawings, and 

«■ /XT l Engravings. 
„ V.— (Nos. 319-393) 27 

„ VI.— (Nos. 394-522) 31 Black and White Room- 

„ VII.— (Nos. 523-610) 37 (Nos. 1527-1679) .. ..89 

„ VIII.— (Nos. 611-685) 42 Architectural Drawings. 

„ IX.-(Nos. 686-942) 47 architectural Room - 

„ X.-(Nos. 943-1020) 58 (Nos< l68o _ IQI2) . . .. 97 

,, XI. — (Nos. 1021-1090) 63 

Water Colours. Sculpture. 

Water Colour Room— Central Hall — (Nos. 

, 1913-1939) 113 

Nos. 1091-1355) .. ..67 T yj *"' ,„ 

^ :>DD ' ' Lecture Room — (Nos. 

Enamels. 1940-2056) 115 

Water Colour Room-- i n TH e Quadrangle— 

(Nos. 1356--1361) .. .. 80 (No. 2057) 122 

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NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS. 



fl.) Time for, and Mode ok, sending in Works.- All Works intended for the Annual 
Exhibition at the Royal Ac adem y, MUST BE PUNCTUALLY SENT THERE ON ONE Of 
THE DAYS FIXED FOR THEIR RECEPTION. No Works will under any circumstances 
be received after the specified dates. 

All Works sent from the country or from abroad must be consigned to an Agent in London 
for delivery at the Academy, unpacked, on one of the appointed days. No Works in cases will 
be received; nor will the expenses of carriage be defrayed by the Academy. The attention 
of Foreign Artists and of English Artists residing in the country and abroad is especially 
called to this regulation. 

(2A Mode of Describing Works.— All Works must be accompanied with a printed form 
duly filled in with the Name (Christian and Surname in full, signed by the Artist and A 
of the Artist, the Titles and Descriptions of the Works as they are to be inserted in the 
Catalogue, and the Price if it is desired to place them on sale. The3e forms must be sent 
under cover addressed to "The Secretary," and be delivered with the Works. No advertise- 
ment, unnecessary quotation, or narrative can be admitted. 

At the back of each frame must be written the Name and Address of the Artist, with the 
Title or Description of the Picture, and the Number (if there be more than one) to which it 
refers in his List. This information must also be repeated, with great distinctness awl 
accuracy, on a label attached by a string to the top of each frame, and made to hang over in 
front, as also to each piece of Sculpture. 

It is necessary that these Regulations, more especially the last, should be strictly complied 
with, in order to avoid delay and inconvenience as well as inaccuracy in the Catalogue. 

The Forms and Labels can be procured (during the month of March only) from the Academy 
on receipt of a stamped and directed envelope. 

(3.) Number of W t orrs Allowed.— No Artist is allowed to send or exhibit more than Eight 
different Works. 

(4.) Size of Frames, Margins, &c— Each Picture, or Drawing, must be in a separate Frame, 
or. if a series of Drawings from one Story be at any time admitted in the same Frame, they 
must be enumerated as distinct pieces. A case of Miniatures or Sculptured Gems will >* 
considered as one Work, provided the size of the case does not exceed six inches by fire 
inches ; and a case of Medals or Plaques, each of which is not more than seven inches in its 
widest dimensions, will be considered as one Work, provided the size of the case does not 
exceed three feet by four feet. 

All Pictures and Drawings must be in Gilt Frames. OIL PAINTINGS UNDER GLASS 
ARE INADMISSIBLE. EXCESSIVE BREADTH IN FRAMES OR MARGINS 
WELL AS PROJECTING MoULDINCS, MAY PREVENT PICTURES AND DRAWINGS 
OBTAINING THE SITUATION THEY OTHERWISE MERIT. Oval Frames should be 
avoided, as they are difficult of arrangement. Low-reliefs should be framed. 

(5.) Works inadmissible.— No Works which have been already publicly exhibited in 
London;— no copies of any kind (excepting Paintings in Enamel, and Impressions from 
unpublished Medals, in which case the name of the original Designer must be specified); — no 
inire Transcripts of the objects of Natural History ;— no Vignette Portraits, nor any Di 
without Backgrounds (excepting Architectural Designs) ;— and no Engravings or Etchings 
that have been published six months can be received. 

(6.) Selection of Works.— All Works sent for exhibition are submitted to the judgment of the 
Council, whose decision is final, and is officially communicated by letter to every contributor. 

(7.) Sale of Works.— The Prices of Works to be disposed of may be communicated to "The 
Secretary," and will be entered in the Price Catalogues placed in one of the Galleries. 
Communications with regard to the Price and Sale of Works must in all cases be made 
by the Artist, and be addressed in writing to "The Secretary." All purchases will be 
registered, but the Academy can undertake no responsibility with regard to either the 
payment for the Works purchased, or for their delivery to the purchaser. 

(8.)— Close of the Exhibition.— Delivery of Works.— Before the closing of the Exhibition 
every Exhibitor will receive a separate Printed Order for the Delivery of each of his \ 
These must be properly filled in and signed by the Artist, and presented by the person sent 
to claim the Work, who must sign a receipt for it in a book provided for the purp' - 
Work will be delivered up without the production of the Order. The Academy will not 
undertake to pack or forward any Work. 

All Works must be removed within ten days from the closing of the Exhibition. 

(9.) Privileges of Exhibitors.— Each Exhibitor is entitled to a Ticket of Admist 
the Exhibition, as also to the ensuing Winter Lectures and Winter Exhibition of Old Masters. 
Thev can only be obtained by personal application at the Royal Academy. 

When Works are described as the joint performance of several Artists, the first mentioned 
in the description will alone be entitled to the above Tickets. 

».* EVERY POSSIBLE CARE WILL BE TAKEN OF WORKS SENT FOR EXHI- 
BITION; BUT THE ROYAL ACADEMY WILL NOT HOLD ITSELF ACCOUNTABLE 
IN ANY CASE OF INJURY OR LOSS. 



CATALOGUE. 



The Prices of Works may be ascertained at the tables in the Vestibule. 
{See paragraphs 7 and 8 in the " Notice to Exhibitors.' 1 '') 

The Numbers of the Works follow from Left to Right, the first Number 
being next the Door. 

R.A. Royal Academician. A. Associate. 



GALLERY No. I. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 1-65). 



i — Moorland : Poolewe, Ross-shire . . W. Paterso7i. 
2 — Mrs. C. Goldsborough Anderson 

C. Goldsborough Anderson. 
3 — In the Meadows : Youngsbury Alfred A. Glendening. 
4 — Setting up Sheaves .... . . George Clausen, A 

5 — A Lute-Player. Diplo??ia work, 

deposited on his election as an 

Academician E. A. Abbey, R.A. 

6— The Old Bridge Stanhope A. Forbes, A. 

7 — Early Morning: signal for a 

pilot off Guernsey Edwin Hayes. 

8— November MariqtutaJ. Moberly. 



3 GALLERY No. I. [1900. 

9 — On the Griffe : Bridge of Weir 

Norman M. Macdougall. 

10 — Ringing the Angelus : Roncon 

Church, Normandy Harry Scully. 

n — Portrait of a Lady T. C. Gotch. 

12 — The Land of Olives .. .. Ernest A. Waterloo*, A. 

13 — War News David Farquhar son. 

14 — The City of Durham . . . . Niels M. Lund. 

15 — Lady Armstrong .. .. Hubert von Herko?ner, R.A. 

16— After Sunset H. W. B. Davis, R.A. 

17 — Miss Lawrence Alma-Tadema .. Hon. Jo/in Collier. 

18 — Toil and Pleasure Edmund G. Fuller. 

19 — Daisy, daughter of Edwin Tate, 

Esq Ralph Peacock. 

20 — Over the Sea from Skye .. J. MacWhirter, R.A. 

21 — "Thanks, awfully" ..- .. .. Alfred W. Strutt. 

22 — A Love-Song Nina Hardy. 

23 — Checkmate Fred Roe. 

24 — Cinderella — a portrait . . . . John H. F Bacon. 

25 — Trysting Annie L. Henniker. 

26 — A Morning Drink Arthur Wardle. 

27 — A Path Through Trees . . . . Gerald Ackermann. 

28 — The Love-Letter . . . . G. Sheridan Knoivles. 

29 — Wandering Thoughts . . . . F D. Millet. 

30 — Martin J. Sutton, Esq. Pre- 
sentation Portrait . . .. Henry T. Wells, R.A. 

31 — Mrs. Tom Craven Luke Fildes, R.A. 



i9oo.] GALLERY No. I. 9 

32 — Charles II. and Nell Gwynne Rowland Holyoake. 

" When he was dumpish, she would still be jocund, 
And chuck the Royal chin of Charles the Second." 

— Sir George Etheridge. 

33 — The Pear-Orchard John B. Noel 

34 — Fallen Majesty Winifred Austen. 

35 — A Hay-Day Owen Bow en. 

36 — Shoal-Water William T. Richards, 

37 — The Keeper of the King's 

Conscience Seymour Lucas, R.A. 

38 — Coaxing James Clark. 

39 — On the Moors Thomas Blinks. 

40 — The Top of the Hill . . . . John C. Dollman, 

41 — A Silent Pool William S. Jay. 

42 — The Flush of Dying Day . . V. P. Yglesias. 

43 — The Green Punt Alfred Parsons, A. 

44 — The Earl of Dalhousie. Pre- 
sentation Portrait . . . . John S. Sargent, R.A, 

45 — :Fir-trees : Engstelen Alps, Switzer- 
land Lota Bowen. 

46 — Near Pulborough Sidney Moore. 

47 "A TEMPLE NOT MADE WITH 

hands " William L. Turner, 

48 — An Australian Bushman . . . . Percy F. S. Sfience. 
49 — To Valley Pastures . . . . Peter Graham, R.A. 
50 — Lord Manners J. J. Shannon, A. 

51 — Cinderella and her Fairy God- 
mother John Scott. 



io GALLERY No. I. [1900. 

52 — The Banks of the Arun .. . . Harold Goldthwait. 

53 — Iduna's Apples J. Doyle Penrose. 

Iduna, the personification of Spring in northern mytho- 
logy, possessed an unfailing casket of magic apples. These 
she gave to the heroes of Asgard when they came to her 
grove, wearied and worn out with exertions, to make 
them fresh and young again. 

54 — Brig of Balgownie David Murray, A. 

" Brig of Balgownie, wight is thy wa' 
Wi' a wife's ae son and a mare's ae foal 
Down shalt thou fa'." 

55 — The Breeze's Kiss .. .. Lionel P. Smyth e, A. 
56 — Hawking John Emms. 

57 — A Sylvan Solitude TV. Follen Bishop. 

58 — A Quiet Nook : Derwentwater . . Duncan Cameron. 
59 — Dorothy, daughter of the artist ..Arthur IV. Turner. 
60 — Under Roborough Down . . . . J. L. Pickering. 
61 — Grey and Gold Gilbert Foster. 

62 — " I COULD NOT LOVE THEE, DEAR, 
SO MUCH, LOVED I NOT HONOUR 

more " Seymour Lucas, R.A. 

63 — Digging Sand Terrick TVilliams. 

64 — Say Grace Florence A. Saltmer. 

65 — Autumn's Glow R. Scott Temple. 



i9oo.] ( ii ) 



GALLERY No. II. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos, 66-136). 



66 — Staithes Lights Harold Knight. 

67 — A Negro William Kneen. 

68 — Margaret Frances Greaves H. H. La Thangue, A. 

69 — The Heron Britoii Riviere, R.A. 

70 — The Lady St. Levan .. .. George C. Wilms hurst 
71 — The Harvest Moon Lit by the 

Setting Sun A. E. Bailey. 

7 2 — The Inn by the Sea E. F. Brewtnall. 

73 "I CANNA MIND MY WHEEL, 

mither" Biidig A. Pughe. 

74 — The Last of the Blossom .. Val Davis. 

75 — Portrait of a Lady .. .. L. Campbell Taylor. 

7 6 — The Palmist : a scene in Venice 

in the 18th century William Logsdail. 

77 — Moonlight Montagit,e Smyth. 

78 — Solicitude George F. Loosely. 

79 — Hard Pressed : an incident in a run 

with the South Notts hounds Charles E. Baldock. 



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GALLERY No. II. 



[1900. 



80 — Joyce, daughter of the late Hanson 

Dodwell, Esq Ethel Mortlock. 

81 — Andrew Carnegie, Esq. . . W. W. Ou/ess, R.A. 

82 — Oliver Cromwell at the Storm- 
ing of Basing House . . . . Ernest Crofts, R.A. 

" I thank God I can give a good account of Basing 
House. We stormed this morning : the signal for 
falling-on was the firing four of our cannon ; which being 
done, our men fell-on with great resolution and cheerful- 
ness." — Extract jrom CromwelFs letter to the Speaker of 
the Commons, dated Basingstoke, 14th October, 1645. 



Ernest Parton. 

S. Melton Fisher. 
Luke Fildes, R.A. 
Alfred Parsons, A. 
H. Jamyn Brooks. 

Charles Vizor. 



83 — A Pool on the Medway 

84 — The Hon. Guy Baring 

85 — Miss Wolf Harris 

86 — Rain in Spring . . 

87 — lleut.-colonel rawes 

88 — The Guiding Hand . . 

89 — Sanctuary in Mid Morgraunt — 

from the " Forest Lovers " Frederick Beaumont. 
90 — The Dogs of Death Maud Earl. 

' ' Beware of the White Hounds whose baying no man hears, 
Though it is the wind that shakes the unsteady stars : 
They are the Hounds seen of men in old forlorn wars : 
They are the Hounds that hunt the stricken years." 

91 — A Willing Slave C. E. Perugini. 

92 — Early Morning in the Nene 

Valley Alfred East, A. 



1900.] 



GALLERY No. II. 



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93 — A Highland Trout-Stream . . Walter B. Potter. 

94 — Edward Rae, Esq. Presentation 

Portrait Robert E. Morrison. 

95 — Mazeppa Rowland Wheelwright. 

96 — The Trial of Queen Katherine 

Edwin A. Abbey, R.A. 

97 — Summer in the English West 

John W. North, A. 

" The pleasure of the place, the which was dight 
With divers flow'rs distinct with rare delight." 

98 — Major Lamorock Flower . . Noel Flower. 

99 — Sanctuary Charles Kerr. 

100 — Rose and clematis — portrait . . Phil R. Morris, A. 



101 — Hook Heath, Surrey 
102 — Flemish Pastures 
103 — Still-Life Group 
104 — The Pixies' Ring 
105 — Double Daffodils 
106 — The Last Coble 
107 — The Lost Labour 
Danaides— typical 
life 



Mofiica F. Gray. 
. . James L. Henry. 

Wilson Jagger. 
. . J E. Christie. 

Alfred Morgan. 

Harold Knight. 

OF THE 

of human 

George A. Storey, A. 



The lost Danaides drag their endless round 
In dismal Hades, there to expiate 
Their nuptial crime, and fill the wasteful font 
With mortal tears, alas ! and there to know 
The long regret, the ill no grief can mend, 
The weary duty that no time can end." 



14 GALLERY No. II. [1900. 

108 — Fresh Gathered ... .. .. William Hughes. 

109 — Family Relics A. Guy Smith. 

no — Anchored to the Nets .. .. Colin Hunter, X. 

in — "But things like this, you 
know, must be In every famous 
victory " Zouisa S. Canziani. 

1 1 2 — A Passing Gleam E. J. Du Val. 

113 — Ready P. Morton Teasdale. 

114 — The Challenge Cosens Way. 

115 — Echoes James Sanl, R.A. 

116 — A Venetian Autolycus .. Henry Woods, R.A. 

117 — Duncan Graham, Esq. Presen- 
tation Portrait Arthur T. NoweU. 

118 — Return of the Stalker.. .. Douglas Adams. 

119 — The Lord's Prayer A. Da??ipier May. 

120 — Mists Lifting in the Glex . . H. Moxon Cook. 

121 — The Hon. Mrs. Portman .. J.J. Shannon, A. 

12 2— The Gloaming H. W. B. Davis, R.A. 

123 — A Difficult Passage .. .. Agues E. Walker. 

124— Rats Charks E. Stewart. 

125 — The Haunted Pool .. .. Cuthbert C. Grundy. 

126 — A Marsh Road in Suffolk: 

evening Charles P Anson. 

127 — Mimosa at Mentone .. .. Evelyn P. Clark. 

128— Friends Anna Riehards. 



1900.] GALLERY No. II. 15 

129 — Portrait of a Lady Frank Bramley, A. 

130 — Ronald, son of H. W. Henderson, 

Esq E. J. Gregory ', R. A. 

131 — Dr. Saundby Frank W. Carter. 

132 — A Forced Acquaintance.. .. Helen Cridland. 
133 — A Well in Fair Verona . . . Margaret Hickson. 
134 — Rexford, son of C. Parsons, 

Esq John da Costa. 

135 — Pieds d'Alouette H. Fantin-Latour, 

136 — A Wood Nymph Vereker M. Hamilton. 



( 16 ) [1900. 



GALLERY No. III. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 137-233). 



137 — The Bridge .. Harold Waite. 

138 — Orpheus returning from the 
shades. Diploma work, deposited 
on his election as an Academician 

Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A. 
" So Orpheus, seized and torn 
By the sharp fangs of an insatiate grief, 
Maenad-like waved his lyre in the high air 
And wildly shrieked, Where she is it is dark." — Shelley. 

139 — A Fair Land is England .. David Murray, A. 

140 — Mrs. Stocks Richard Jack. 

141 — Circe Wright Barker. 

142 — "Breakers ahead! 'Ware 

Manacles ! " C. Napier Hemy, A. 

143 — Windsor Castle, 1899: portraits 

W. Q. Orchardson, R.A. 

144 — The Silence that is in the 

Solemn Woods .. .. /. Mac PVhirter, R.A. 



1900.] GALLERY No. 111. 17 

145 — The Hurrying Storm : on the 

Maas, Holland F. Speulove Spenlove. 

146 — Sir Oswald Mosley, Bart. . . S. Melton Fisher. 

147 — The Penance of Eleanor, 

Duchess of Gloucester . . Edwin A. Abbey, R.A. 

" JDuch. Come you, my lord, to see my open shame? 
Xow thou dost penance too. Look, how they gaze ; see 
how the giddy multitude do point, and nod their heads, 
and throw their eyes on thee. Ah, Gloster, hide thee 
from their hateful looks ; And in thy closet pent up, rue 
my shame, And ban thine enemies, both thine and mine." 

148 — The Goose-Girl Val Prinsep, R.A. 

149 — The Rainbow Arnesby Brown. 

150— Spring-Time Tudor St. G. Tucker. 

151 — The Hill Quarry .. .. Lindsay G. Macarthur. 

152 — Roses .'. . . Alfred Morgan. 

153 — First Communion Day .. Henry Woods, R.A, 

154 — Mrs. Kleinwort Luke Fildes, R.A. 

155 — The Awakening of Adonis .. 

J. W. Waterhouse, R.A, 

156 — September Morning Samuel Reid. 

157 — Flight of Huguenots from 
France : reign of Louis XIV. 

G. Sheridan Knowles. 

158 — ". . . The first beam glittering 
on a sail That brings our 
friends up from the under- 
WORLD " Anthony C. Stannus. 



18 GALLERY No. III. [1900. 

159 — A West Country Coombe ..Francis TV. Reckett. 
160 — Mrs. Murray Guthrie Sir E. J. Poy titer t P.R. A. 
161 — A Soldier's Return .. .. Marcus Stone, R.A. 
162 — A Quiet Nook: Kingston, Surrey 

Marianne Manse//. 
163 — Mrs. Henry J. Hudson .. .. Henry J. Hudson. 
164 — Muriel and Valerie, daughters 

of G. A. Phillips, Esq Percy TV. Gibbs. 

165 — Cupid guarding Psyche. — See 

the Go/deti Ass of Apuleius, book 

iv. episode v Sam G. Enderby. 

166 — Flight into Egypt Simon H. Vedder. 

167 — The Two Crowns .. .. Frank Dicksee, R.A. 

168— In Time of War G. D. Les/ie, R.A. 

169 — Mrs. Beech .. .. Sydney TV. White. 

170 — A Noisy Crew He/y Smith. 

171 — The Glade A. Brown/ie Docharty. 

172 — A Signal of Distress .. .. Wa/ter Lang/ey. 

173 — Jan Panjis M. Agnes Cohen. 

174 — H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, 

Commodore Royal Yacht 

Squadron. Presentation portrait 

W. TV. Ou/ess, R.A. 
175 — Hill, Vale, and Stream.. B. TV. Leader, R.A. 

176 — Castles in the Air Tom Mostyn. 

177 — A Winter's Tale : funeral 

blessings, Holland . . . . F. Spen/ove Spen/ove. 
178 — The Coast of Cornwall .. H. Musgrave. 



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179 — '"Twas in the Summer-time so 

Sweet" F. Percy Wild. 

180 — General H.R.H. the Duke of 

Connaught, K.G. . . Hubert von Herkomer, R.A. 

181 — After the Heat of the Day : 

near Cairo Fredk. Goodall, R.A. 

182 — The Earl of Stradbroke ..Arthur S. Cope, A. 

183 — Portrait of a Gentleman .. J. W.Brooke. 

184 — A Flying Visit Kate Perugini. 

185 — Solitude George Clausen, A. 

186 — The Evening Hymn .. George If . Boughton, R.A. 

187 — Hartlesham Marshes .. Edward T. Lingwood. 

188 — Whitby Church and Cross .. George L. Leigh. 

189 — Lady Currie W. W. Ouless, R.A. 

190 — The Lord Russell of Kil- 
lowen, Lord Chief Justice of 
England John S. Sargent, R.A. 

191 — The Open Sea Alex Law son. 

192 — The Edge of the Moor.. Edward T. Lingwood. 

193 — Forest Pastures .. ..Ernest A. Water low, A. 

194 — Sir John Evans, F.R.S. Painted 

for the Royal Society Arthur S. Cope, A. 

195 — Hard Lines Edith Scannell. 

196 — Gurnet J. Fra?ik Swingler. 

197 — The Lord Kitchener of Khar- 
toum Arthur S. Cope, A. 

198 — The Great Nile Dam, Assouan 

Andrew C. Gow, R.A. 



-o GALLERY No. III. [1900. 

199 — Dawn H. H La Thangue, A. 

200 — On the Rhyw, Montgomeryshire Trevor Haddon. 
201 — " Apres ? " Diploma work, deposited 
on his election as an Academician 

E. J. Gregory, R.A. 
202 — Old Sopley Anderso?i Hague. 

203 — "Where thoughts are singing 
swallows, And the brooks of 

MORNING RUN " John Cooke. 

204 — " Fate leads the willing and 

the unwilling drags " . . . . Talbot Hughes. 
205 — Ere the Winter Storms Begin Frank P. Freyburg. 
206 — " Ocean's surge, white as the 

sea-bird's wing" .. .. Peter Graham, R.A. 

207 — The Return of Godiva . . . . G. F. Watts, R.A. 

208 — Tempting Delapoer Downing. 

209 — In a Perthshire Deer-Forest Charles Stuart. 

210 — John Scott. 

"Then the old hag drew out three caskets, one red, 
one blue, and one green, and of these the lassie was to 
choose one for her service. Now she didn't know at all 
which to choose, but the little birds sang : — 

' Don't take the red, don't take the green, 
But take the blue, where may be seen, 
Three little crosses all in a row ; 
We saw the marks and so we know.' " — Norse Talcs. 

211 — Puppyhood Philip E. Strettou. 

212 — 'The Goatherd James C. Hook, R.A. 

213 — Lady Elcho, Mrs. Adeane, and 

Mrs. Tennant . . . . John S. Sargent, R.A. 



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214 — The Marsh Pool Tom Mostyn. 

215 — The Valley of the Frome, 

Dorset Arthtir Meade. 

216 — The Turn of the Tide .. .. Arthtir C. Cooke. 

217 — Sunny Woods Frank H. Walker. 

218 — A New Coat for an Old Friend J. C. Hook, R.A. 

219 — St. George Briton Riviere, R.A. 

220 — A Bride Florence Small. 

221 — The Wind-Flower W. H. Margetson. 

222 — An Autumn Afternoon .. .. J. Aumonier. 
223 — Crystals and Ores .. .. Catherine M. Wood. 
224 — Water Babies .. .. Sir E.J. Poynter, P. R.A. 
225 — Miss Evelyn Ouless .. Hetiry T. Wells, R.A. 

226 — Goldfish Sir L. Alma- Tadema, R.A. 

227 — Twilight Grey H. 1 V. B. Davis, R.A. 

"... And twilight grey 

Had in her sober liv'ry all things clad." 

228 — The Towing-Path Lexden L. Pocock. 

229 — St. Francis and the Birds on 

Verna William B. Adeney. 

230 — A Portrait of a Lady . . . . Sydney Lee. 

231 — Miss F. Allen Francis A. Haviland. 

232 — Near Greenlands, Henley-on- 
Thames Samuel Bateman. 

233 — In Maiden Meditation . . . . James Sant, R.A. 



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GALLERY No. IV. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 234-318). 

234 — Marie W. Lee Ha?ikey. 

235 — Background of Gold . . . . William Bramley. 

" If I could have that little head of hers on a background 
of pale gold." 

236 — W. Wilson Fitzgerald, Esq. . . Frank Bramley, A. 
237 — Una and the Wood-Gods . . John da Costa. 

" The wild wood-gods, arrived in the place, 
There find the virgin, doleful, desolate, 
With ruffled raiments, and fair blubber'd face, 
As her outrageous foe had left her late." 

Spenser's ' Faery Queen, canto 6, verse 9. 

238 — Autumn Labour George Gascoyne. 

239 — In the blue Arizona — night : 

telling fortunes Fernand Lun^ren. 

240 — A Study : head of an old woman Edith Lumley. 

241 — Bontigues Chasm, Sark .. . Ethel Martin. 
242 — Chinese Lanterns . . . . Catherine M. Wood. 

243 — Washing-Day Mark Senior. 

244 — "They also serve who only 

stand and wait " Spottisuwod Dnthie. 



i 9 oo.] GALLERY No. IV. 23 

245— We Two Isabel White. 

246 — Franciscans at Prayer : Reden- 

tore, Venice H. Randolph Rose. 

247 — Shrimpers : Normandy . . . . Terrick Williams. 
248 — Mrs. Chadwyck Healey and 

her Daughter Walter Osborne. 

249 — When Sun is Set . . . . B. W. Leader ; R.A. 
250 — The Pillion J. Walter West. 

251 — Arishmell Gap, Dorsetshire : 

moonlight Arthur P. Burton. 

252 — Mrs. Adolph Tuck Herbert Horwitz. 

253 — The Dragon-Fly Thomas Cowper. 

254 — Into the Silent Sea .. .. J. T. Neitleship. 

255 — Equipped Solomon f. Solomon, A. 

256 — "When the mist with evening 

glows " Joseph Farquharson. 

257 — Exchange is no Robbery .. R. Wheelwright. 
258 — An Old Castilian .. .. J. Sorolla y Bastida. 
259 — Lengthening Shadows . . . . James L. Henry. 

260 — Surf William 1 '. Richards : 

261 — The Eve of a Storm .. J. Richard Bags haw e. 

262 — Lady Stephenson. Presentation 

Portrait Arthur S. Cope, A. 

263 — The Mysteries of the Deep .. E. F. Brewtnall. 



24 GALLERY No. IV. [1900. 

264 — Birdie Lewin — granny's darling Marie Lucas. 

265 — Haabetje, Jaapje, and Ant .. M. Ag?ies Cohen. 

266 — A Golden Valley George Wetherbee. 

267 — After the Day's Toil .. Edward G. Hobley. 

268 — A Morning Moon Alfred East, \. 

269 — Once Bit, Twice Shy .. James C. Hook, R.A. 

270 — The Road from Gizeh to Cairo 

G. Hilly ard Sw'ui stead. 

271 — Her Last Signal .. . . J. Richard Bagshawe. 

272 — The Red Gown Kenneth M. Morrison. 

273 — Stf.pping-Stones .. .. Ernest P. Bucknall. 

274 — Mrs. Elmer Speed Luke Fildes, R.A. 

275 — Blake's Great Naval Engage- 
ment with Van Tromp, 1653 W. L. Wyllie, A. 

276 — Good-bye! The 3rd Battalion 
Grenadier Guards leaving 
Waterloo Station, October 21, 
1899 George Har court. 

277 — Orphans W. Lee Han key. 

278— Mrs. Montgomerie .. .. Henry T. Wells, R.A. 
279 — A Surrey Trout-Stream . . James C. Hook, R.A. 

280 — A Grey Day J. Clayton Adams. 

281 — The Story of the Wreck .. George H Jupp. 

282— H. J. Leech, Esq Percy Bigland. 

283 — View in Essex Mark Fisher. 



1900.] GALLERY No. IV. 25 

284 — Dorothy and Irene, daughters 

of C. L. Falkiner, Esq Walter Osborne. 

285 — The Awakening W. Dendy Sadler. 

286 — Miss Flora Smith J. Watson Nicol. 

287 — A Sitter of 90 Horace Van Ruith. 

288 — A Northerly Breeze . . . . Stuart Hobkirk. 
289 — A Normandy Hillside . . Charles H. Eastlake. 
290 — The Gates of Dawn .. .. Hei-bert J. Draper. 

291 — The Dark Barn George Clausm, A. 

292 — Autumn William G. Robb. 

293 — Phyllis, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. 

Batt William D. Adams. 

294 — The Passing Storm : Montigny- 

sur-Loing Albert D. Gihon. 

295 — The Drinking Pond .. .. Terrick Williams. 
296 — Loben, son of E. A. Maund, Esq. Ralph Peacock. 

297 — La Vierge aux Lys W. A. Bouguerean. 

298 — Morocco Coast E. Aubrey Hunt. 

299 — Mrs. F. Gjuld Walter Urwick. 

300 — Under the Sea- Wall . . . . Robert Noble. 

301 — Bygone Days Carl Probst. 

302 — Ordered South John H. F. Bacon. 

303 — In the End of Autumn . . . . James V. Jelley. 

304 — Ianthe Arthur P. Burton. 

305 — Shadows . . . . Ellen G. Cohen. 

306 — In the Marshes Gussie Lindner. 



26 GALLERY No. IV. [1900. 

307 — Midsummer Morn Percy Buckman. 

308 — A Nameless Dell .. .. J. MacWhirter, R.A. 
309 — " Musicienne du silence " . . Arthur Hacker, A. 
310 — Enid Mary Whitely .. .. John W.Whitely. 
311 — The Turn of the Plough Sidney M. Hallowes. 
312 — Moonrise : Conway Valley .. J. Hamilton Hay. 

313 — Storm Clouds George Wetherbee. 

314 — Golden Leaves .. .. J. Mac Whirter, R.A. 

315 — Under the Tree George Clausen, A. 

316 — Winter Claude Hayes. 

317 — Elinor, daughter of Lady Blom- 

field H. Harris Brown. 

318 — Clouds E. Beatrice Bland. 



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GALLERY No. V. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 319-393). 



319 — Miss Violet Corry H. Harris Brown. 

320 — "Rings and things and fine 

array " J. Young Hunter. 

321 — A Study of Fruit Amy C. Warne. 

322 — Spring Mouat Loudon. 

323 — The In-coming Tide Fred Appleyard. 

324 — Children on the Sea Shore William Shackleton. 
325 — "And steeped in summer sleep 

the world must lie " . . . . W?n. H. Bo?id. 

326 — Home from Pasture J. C otitis Michie. 

327 — The Squire's Song W. Dendy Sadler. 

328 — The Fall of the Leaf .. Edward W. Waite. 
329 — An Idyll of Summer .. .. Arthur Wardle. 
330 — Good News from the War . . W. H.Y. Titco?nb. 

331 — Happiness Richard W. Maddox. 

332 — The River Meadow . . . . Bertram Priestman. 
333 — Sir John Wolfe Barry, K.C.B. 

Presentation Portrait Hubert von Herkomer, R.A. 
334 — The Drinking-Place . . Stanhope A. Forbes, A. 



28 GALLERY No. V. [1900. 

335 — Alfred Ward. 

" And tear and sorrow and scorn, 
Kept watch by his head forlorn, 
'Till the night was overworn, 
And the world was merry with morn." 

A. C. Swinburne. 

336 — A Sea Waif Edward Patry. 

337 — Winter Ploughing N.H.J.Baird. 

338 — Henry Allhusen, Esq., M.P. . . Richard Jack. 

339 — "And all the air a solemn 

silence holds " . . . . Joseph Farquharson. 
340 — The Viking's Home-Coming . . Herbert Gaudy. 

" Proud of his royal bride, the richer spoil." 
341— A Winter Morning . . . . J. H. Vignoles Fisher. 

342 — The Mower Thomas F. M. Sheard. 

343 — A Mevagissey Lugger leaving 

Harbour Fritz Althaus. 

344 — The King's Garden Arthur A. Dixon. 

345 — War News* in the Streets: 

England, 1900 Ellen Clacy. 

346 — Anxious News E. E. Lucas. 

347 — Pear-Blossom Clara L. Christian. 

348 — Knockhundred Row, Midhurst Ida Morley. 
349 — The Bulwarks of England . . Arthur Burchett. 
350 — " By the dark waters of for- 

getfulness " . . . . George H. Boughton, R.A. 
351 — The Water-Plash .. . . H. H. La Thangiu\ A. 

352 — A Study in Glass Augusta M.Bowen. 

353 — A Surrey Shepherd May Furniss. 



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29 



354 — The Lock Alfred Hart, 

355 — Autumn W. Westley Manning. 

356 — When Winter has Passed .. T. F. Goodall. 
357 — Autumn on the Derwent .. Frank T. Carter. 

358 — The Quarrel Alfred J. Dobson, 

359 — Hermes at the Pool . . . . Henry S. Tuke i A. 

360 — The Silent Life Dora Noyes. 

361 — Main Street, Montreuil-sur-Mer, 

from the bridge 

362 — Money-Changer : Bombay 
363 — Through the Stubbles 

364 — Summer-time 

365 — The Old Bridge in Verona . . 
366 — Penelope and the Suitors — 

Odyssey Victor J. Robertson. 

367 — "The seething tumult of our 

wake " H. Vander Weyden. 



Darent Harrison. 
Horace van Ruith. 
Arthur S. Haynes. 

Elsie Higgins. 

Fritz Thaulow. 



368 — The Foreshore, Newlyn 
369 — Mrs. Handfield Jones 
370 — "Through the mist of 

years."- — Keats 
371 — Madame Michaelis .. 
372 — September on the Arun 
373 — "And wondered at the 

face mirror'd there " 
374 — The Weir Pool 
375 — The Lady of Shalott 



. . Reginald T. Dick. 
Hu^h de T. Glazebrook. 



PAST 



Frank Bramley, A. 
J. J. Shannofi, A. 
Jose Weiss. 



FAIR 



Hamiah Myers. 
ArtJmr Meade. 
George E. Robertson. 



Out upon the wharf they came, 

Knight and burgher, lord and dame." — Tetmyson. 



30 GALLERY No. V. [1900. 

376 — "At the close of the day, 

When the hamlet is still " B. W. Leader, R. A. 

377— C. A. Cripps, Esq., Q.C., M.P. W. W. Ou/ess, R.A. 

378 — The Lone Tree Frank Walto?i. 

379 — Lowlanders : on Loch Tay, Perth- 
shire Archibald Kay. 

380 — Cupid's Well Harold Speed. 

381' — The Derelict Julius Olsson. 

382 — Britannia's Nursery . . . . Arthur J. Foster. 

383 — A Study Kathleen Barrett. 

384 — Miss Katherine V. Charrington 

Henry T. Wells, R.A. 

385 — The Latest Scandal . . . . Adam E. Proctor. 

386 — The Evening Hour : tunny boats, 

Brittany W. Westley Manning. 

387 — Nightfall Mark Senior. 

388 — Summer Gunning Ki?ig. 

389 — Miss Margaret Bradish . . . . Fra?ik Brooks. 

390 — Sleeping Nymph Arthur P. Burton. 

391 — An Old Favourite .. .. Alfred J. Munnings. 

392 — The Dawn of Womanhood .. T. C. Gotch. 

"The child, enthroned, sees in a vision approaching 
womanhood : the phantom figure wears a mask, since all 
who are no longer children must conceal themselves. The 
familiar spirit of childhood, on the steps of the throne, is 
aware of a strange presence, and prepares to fly away." 

Dream Pictures. 
393 — John A. Dewar, Esq., ex Lord 
Provost of Perth. Presentation 
Portrait Thomas Graham. 



1900.] 



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GALLERY No. VI. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 394-522). 



Hugh de T. Glazebrook. 

Rudolf Lehmann. 
Sir P. Bur?ie-fo7ies. 

Mark Senior. 
Robert H. Buxton. 

Herbert Ward. 

Terrick Williams. 
Charles W. Wyllie. 

Charles Sims. 



394 — In a London Garden 

395 — Her Ladyship 

396 — Rudyard Kipling, Esq. 

397 — Homewards 

398 — Summer Ploughing . . 
399 — A Peep at Rabelais . . 
400 — Market-day : Pont Aven 
401 — Sunset on the Canal 

402 — In Elysium 

403 — " Better is a dinner of herbs 

where love is, than a 

stalled ox and hatred 

therewith." — Prov. xv. 1 7 . . George W. Joy. 

404 — Excommunicated S. Pepys Cockerell. 

405 — An Old Garden Dion C. Calthrop. 

406 — June Hay Edwin Bayliss. 

407 — A Rain Cloud Frederic A. Winkfield. 

408 — Don Mares cotti Ruspoli . . Mary L. Waller. 
409 — On the Shore at Rye . . . . Edith P. Quiche. 
410 — The Letter . . Clara L. Christian. 



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411 — Bison Frederick A. Verner. 

412 — Salmon-Spearing .. .. Alexander G. Small. 

413 — Hill and Vale Mark Fisher. 

414 — Crossing the Desert . . . . Frank Dean. 

415 — The Old Lacemaker .. .. Agnes D. Terry. 

416 — The Sheep fold Kenneth J. M. Tees dale. 

417 — Wild Roses A. Miles Albert. 

418 — Messack Point, from near St. 

Mawes Charles Collins. 

419 — Samuel Whitbread, Esq. Pre- 
sentation Portrait Hon. John Collier. 

420 — Fleeting Sunshine in the Vale John F Slater. 

421 — The Landing-Place Emily Duncan. 

422 — Fresh from the Kitchen 

Garden H. Forbes Witherby. 

423 — Miss Bishop William E. Miller. 

424 — " Where was Maud ? In our 

wood; And I, who else, was 

with her" Herbert A. Olivier. 

425 — Fruit Adela Seton-Tait. 

426 — Sybil, daughter of Colonel G. F. 

Scott Sigismund Goetze. 

427 — Horses Bathing in the Sea Lucy E. Kemp-Welch. 
428 — The Way to the Village .. George Ransom. 
429 — A Dash for Freedom . . . . Claude Cardon. 

430 — An Old Sand-Pit A. E. Bailey. 

431— Making Paper Roses for St. 

George's Day Mary E. Postldhwaite. 



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432 — Bellagio, from Cadenabbia . . Graham Petrie. 

433 — A Poacher Philip E. Stretton. 

434 — Roscoe Brunner, Esq Arthur Hacker, A. 

435 — A Mountain Torrent . . . . Albert Kinsley. 
436 — Monaconi Rocks, Capri .. .. Gwiltjolley. 

437 — A Night Alarm J. Sidney Steel. 

438 — A Garden of Lyonesse . . . . Gilbert Foster. 

439 — Spring's Delights R. Vicat Cole. 

440 — An Unexpected Return . . . . J. V. R. Parsons. 

441 — The High Poplars Philip T. Gilchrist. 

442 — One at a Time Alfred W. Strutt. 

443 — Moonrise on the Tay . . . . Tom Roberts on. 

444 — The Hearth Witch Marie Lucas. 

445 — Hay-Time in Wharfedale . . M. Raphael Jones. 

446 — Priscilla Freda Hansard. 

447 — The Dedication of St. Elfleda 

Katherine M. Roberts. 

448 — Nonplussed Margaret Collyer. 

449 — A Redesdale Landscape . . Hon. Walter J. James. 

450 — Rhododendrons Jessica Hay liar. 

451 — Despatches Frank J. Torrome. 

45 2 — A Daughter of Erin . . . . C. Kirchmayr. 

453 — A Difficult Task Charles Spencelayh. 

454 — The White Cloud J. Johnston Inglis. 

455 — The Gap in the Hedge . . . . George Clausen, A. 

45 6 — Rejected Lex de Renault. 

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GALLERY No. VI. 



[1900. 



Arthur Lowe. 
Emile Wauters. 
R. Craft o?i Gree?i. 
E. Richardso?i. 
Charles Collins. 
M. Agnes Cohen. 



Sacred 



Albert Goodwyn. 
G. F. Jacomb-Hood. 
1 

Alice Fanner. 



457 — October 

458 l. blschoffsheim, esq. 

459 — October Moonrise .. 
460 — White Butterflies . . 
461 — The Uninvited Guest 
462 — A Bye-way in Katwyk 
463 — The Source of the 

River 

464 — "It is our opening day" 
465 — Cloud-Shadows on a Hill : 

sketch at Tigh-na-bruiach 
466 — " The heavens know best what 

is the best for me." — 

Spenser Frank O. Salisbury. 

467 — The Sisters Ralph Peacock. 

468 — Brought to Book . . . . Charles E. Richardson. 
469 — La Bonne Mere s'endort . . Ella M. Bedford. 
470 — Sunshine and Shadow . . . . Henry H. Power. 

471 — After Sundown Charles H. Mackie. 

472 — Louis N. Parker, Esq Sir P. Bume-fones. 

473 — Madame X Lex de Renault. 

474 — La Jeunesse Thomas Coupcr. 

475 — The Suburbs of Zermatt .. Bryan Hook. 

476 — Penny a Bunch George E. Hicks \ 

477 — The Flower-Markets in Paris: 

sunlight and shadow . . . . Stuart Hobkirk. 
478 — Keswick Lake, Cumberland .. fane Ross. 



i9oo.] GALLERY No. VI. 35 

47 9 — At Last ! Edward P. Porter. 

480 — Goblin Market L. Gwenllian James. 

481 — A Remnant Newton Braby. 

482 — A Devonshire Cottage . . . . Jonathan Pratt. 

483 — Horatio Brown, Esq Henry S. Ttike, A. 

484 — Mrs. Micklethwait and her 

Daughter Dyonis Mary L. Waller. 

485 — Sardanapalus Isaac Snowman. 

486 — In View of Windsor .. .. David Murray, A. 
487 — The Old Hospital, Rye . . . . Ada Scott. 
488 — An Illustrated War-Paper . . Haynes King. 

489 — Morning George Pontin. 

490 — An Old World Village . . H. Charles Clifford. 

491 — Evening Thomas E. Mar son. 

492 — Rev. J. P. Mahaffy, D.D. .. Walter Osborne. 
493 — In a Dorset Village . . . . Fred Hall. 

494 — Mona : a Portrait Harringto?i Mann. 

495 — Rapanzel : from a Poem by 

William Morris I. L. Gloag. 

496 — Rt. Hon. Sir Massey Lopes, 

Bart. Presentation Portrait. . . Arthur S. Cope, A. 

497 — An Interior Wm. T. Whitley. 

498 — Evening Arthur E. Vokes. 

499 — Perranporth Sands.. .. A.J. Warne Brow?ie. 
500 — A Road between Two Hamlets Adam Knight. 
501 — Market Place, Amalfi . . . . J. C otitis Michie. 

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36 GALLERY No. VI. [1900. 

502 — Mill-stream, below Assisi . . Edith Corbet. 

503 — The Sale of Old Dobbin . . John R. Reid. 

504 — Solitude Er?wst Farton. 

505 — Peggy and Kitty, daughters of 

E. A. Barry, Esq Marie Lucas. 

506 — The Denial Mary Y. Hunt,. r. 

507 — Geese Lucy Martineau. 

508 — Forsaken A. M. Gow-Stewart. 

509 — The River from the Pier, 

Limehouse Frederic J. San;:. 

5 IG I A Sunny Morning before 

^ TI [ Michaelmas C. Lily Allport. 

512—) 

513 — The River, near Southend .. Frederic J. Sang. 

514 — A Question of Compensation John C. Dottman. 

515 — The Diver Robert Goodman. 

516 — Delphiniums A. Miles Albert. 

517 — A Dance Alfred D. Lancaster. 

518 — The Reservist's Wife .. .. Ralph Hedley. 

519 — The Queen of Hearts .. .. Blanche Jenkins. 

520 — Weed for the Plots .. .. John White. 

521 — Porpoise Catching E. Matthew Hale. 

522 — An Autumn Morning .. .. Arnold Priestman. 



1900.] ( 37 ) 



GALLERY No. VII. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 523-610). 



523 — White Peonies Janetta R. A. Pitman. 

524 — A Peasant Girl from the 

Mountains : Feltre Hilda Montalba. 

525 — Wild Parsley Bertha King. 

526 — Philomel George A. Storey, A. 

527 — The Fold Yard Yeend King. 

528 — Life's Immensity Henry J. Stock. 

529 — Peonies Emily Duncan. 

530 — Miss Vaughan Ethel Wright. 

531 — A Landlocked Bay, South Devon 

Frederic A. Winkfield. 

532 — Meditations John Lee. 

533— Joan of Arc .. W. Onslow Ford. 

534 — Awake! Awake! Lionel A. Talbot. 

535 — A Grey Day R. Ofislow Ford. 

536 — The Cape of St. Anthony J. Sorolla y Bastida. 
537 — Sir G. C. H. Armstrong, Bart. 

Hubert von Herkomer, R.A. 
538 — -Winter's Sleep Harry W. Adams. 



38 GALLERY No. VII. [1900. 

539 — B. L. Cohen, Esq., M.P. .. Solomon J. Solomon, A. 

540 — The Crisis Mabel Young. 

541 — Richmond, Yorkshire Vince?it P. Yglesias. 

542 — Leda and the Swan W. G. von Glehn. 

543 — Cape St. Vincent W. Ay erst Ingram. 

544 — Lake Bourget, from Mt. Revard, 

Savoy Alfred East, A. 

545 — Septimus Vaughan Morgan, 

Esq ArtJmr Hacker, A. 

546 — The Cruel Sea Harr'uigton Mann. 

547 — A Himalayan Glacier .. .. Edward Molyneux. 

548— Nile Birds L. Hoist. 

549 — Arthur Keen, Esq. . . Hubert von Herkomer, R.A. 
550 — The Avon, by Beedon Hill .. Yeend King. 

551 — Evening P. McGregor. 

552 — After a Famous Victory.. Tudor St. G. Tucker. 
553 — Farm on the South Coast .. Mary Lanchester. 
554 — The Rose and the Ring .. Norman Garstin. 
555 — A Dim Trail : cowboy trailing 

stock Fernand Lungren. 

556 — Marl Pond Anderson Hague. 

557 — A Profile 1. L. Gloag. 

558 — The Colne David Murray, A. 

559 — A. N. Hornby, Esq. Prese?ited to 

him by some friends and members 

of the Lancashire County Cricket 

Club IV. IV. Ouless, R.A. 

560 — The Course of True Love .. G. C. Hindlcy. 



iqoo.] GALLERY No. VII. ' 39 

561 — Poppies E. Margaret Woolhouse. 

562 — Wandered from the Lair .. C. E. Swan. 

563 — A Summer Morning J. Barnard Davis. 

564 — Georgette, daughter of George 

Mosenthal, Esq Ralph Peacock. 

565 — School Bore'd J. E. Christie. 

566 — Iris Adeline Trier. 

567 — Hayricks A?inette Elias. 

568 — Sir Squire Bancroft .. .. Hugh G. Riviere, 

569 — The Ploughboy H. H. La Thangue, A. 

570 — Mrs. C. Haigh-Wood .. .. C. Haigh-Wood. 
571 — A Hot Summer's Day .. .. Harry Watson. 
572' — Mrs. Phillip Hughes .. .. George S. Watson. 

573 — In the Orchard Dudley Heath. 

574 — Meadowsweet A. Dampier May. 

575 — Dawn in the Pilgrim's Road Albert Goodwin. 

"And an highway shall be there, and a way, and it 
shall be called The way of holiness ; the unclean shall not 
pass over it ; but it shall be for those : the wayfaring men, 
though fools, shall not err therein." — Isaiah, xxxv. 8. 

576 — The Mill Alfred May. 

577 — Portrait of a Woman .. L. Gwenttian James. 

578 — Assisi L. Gwenllian James. 

579' — Mr. Bell Herbert A. Olivier. 

580 — Worsted CM. Padday. 

581 — Miss Logan Fredk. Goodall, R.A. 

582 — Where Brook and Streamlet 

Meet John H Dearie. 



4 o GALLERY No. VII. [1900. 

583 — Mrs. E. Snow Edward Tofano. 

584 — A Critical Moment at Quatre 

Bras Robert Hillingford. 

5S5 — The Hon. Mr. Justice Kennedy 

Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A. 
586 — The Market Cart: Egypt Fredk. Goodall, R.A. 
587— Violet, Geraldine, Constance, 

the daughters of Sir Oswald 

Mosley, Bart 6". Melton Fisher. 

588 — In a Sutherlandshire Deer- 

Forest Charles Stuart. 

589 — Recalled to Life. — ' Tale of 

Two Cities' T. B. Kenningion. 

590 — Vincit ^Ethiops Frank J. Torrome. 

591 — William W. Portal, Esq. ..Arthur S. Cope, A. 
592 — Ecce Agnus Dei . . . . A. Chevallier Tayler. 
593 — Mrs. G. F. Scott Sigismund Goetze. 

594 — The Princess of Once-upon-a- 

Time A. Noyes Lewis. 

So the wicked Queen and her lady-in-waiting bound the 
Princess to a tree, and left her in the forest. 

595 — A Cottage by the Sea .. .. James S. Hill. 

596 — Freshwater Cliffs, Isle of Wight : 

herring gulls mobbing a peregrine George E. Lodge. 

597 — John Woodrow Cross, Esq. 

Prese?itation Portrait .. Solomon J. Solomon, A. 

598 — A Nor' wester J. Richard Bagshawe. 



1900.] GALLERY No. VII. 



4i 



599 — A Cotswold Manor House 

Alfred Water house, R.A. 
600 — Portrait of a Gentleman . . W. Onslow Ford. 

601 — Dumplings Joseph Clark. 

602 — A Capri Girl William R. Lavender. 

603 — Thistledown M. Hanhart. 

604 — Miss Harris Isaac Snowman. 

605 — Monsieur A. H. Benoist . . Will Brock. 

606 — God Speed E. Blair Leighton. 

607 — Mrs. Charles Murray . . . . Charles A. Buchel. 
608 — View from the Old Bridge in 

Verona Fritz Thaulow. 

609 — Mrs. Charles A. Buchel . . Charles A. Buchel. 
610 — Cape Goosebellies .. .. E. Archibald Brcum. 



( 42 ) [1900. 



GALLERY No. VIII. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 611-685). 



611 — Sunshine and Shadow: Win- 

chelsea Charles Smith. 

612 — 'Going to Work F. Mabel Hollams. 

613 — The Poultry Yard Eyre Crowe, A. 

'■ While the cock with lively din, 
♦ * * 

To the stack, or the barn-door, 

Stoutly struts his dames before." — V Allegro. 

614 — The Good Samaritan .. .. Frank C. Cowper. 
615 — A Moorland Incident .. .. Wright Barker. 

616 — Idle Dreams Amia A. Mac Rory. 

617 — Miss McGaw Hugh de T. Glazebrook. 

618 — Village Life James Charles. 

619 — A Lady of Quality: Mistress 

Clorinda shines on her birthday 

night Frank W. W. Topham. 

620— Spring 7. Sidney Cooper, R. A. 

" In the spring-time of the year." 



i9oo.] GALLERY No. VIII. 43 

621 — The Latest Arrival .. P. Gemmell Hutchison. 

622 — Ploughing ox a Breezy Day . . ArthtirNetherwood. 

623 — The Charge of the 21ST 

Lancers at Omdurman . . Allen Stewart. 

624 — A Glen in North Wales . . John Finnie. 

625 — Sir David Richmond, ex Lord 
Provost of Glasgow. Presenta- 
tion Portrait John S. Sargent, R.A. 

626 — Summer .. .. .. .. T. Sidney Cooper, R. A. 

" A various group the herds and flocks 
Compose ; rural confusion ! On the bank 
Some ruminating lie ; while others stand 
Half in the flood, and often bending 
Sip the circling surface." 

627 — H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 

Exhibited by command of H.M. 

the Queen R. Caton Woodville. 

628 — The Lady Inchiquin .. ... Herbert J. Draper. 

629 — Hunting Scene Charles Lutyens. 

630 — The Lord Russell of Killowen, 

Lord Chief Justice of England 

John S. Sargent, R.A 

631 — Autumn T. Sidney Cooper, R.A. 

"The sear, the yellow leaf-time of the year." 

632 — Winter : through the Fells, Cum- 
berland; the drove in a snow- 
drift T. Sidney Cooper, R.A. 

633 — Wild Sussex Jose Weiss. 

634 — Frost Fair, 1684 .. .. H Gillard Glindoni. 



44 GALLERY No. VIII. [1900. 

635 — John Robertson, Esq J. Young Hunter. 

6$6 — The Greek Runner Ladas 

Falling Dead as he goes to 

Receive his Crown at 

Olympia Fra?ik M. Be?inett. 

637 — Called to the Front . . H Gillard Glindoni. 
638 — Stormy Weather : Enkhuyzen 

Harbour, Zuyder Zee . . . . Edwin Hayes. 

639 — Edwin Sachs, Esq Ada Holland. 

640 — Sweet Peas Lydia B. Mathews. 

641 — The Young Ensign . . . . Kenneth M. Morrison. 

642 " O SWEET PALE MARGARET "■ — 

Tennyson John F. H. Dutton. 

643 — " Shadows of the evening fleet 

across the sky " W. Dickson. 

644 — Night's Awakening . . . . F. Spetilove Spenlove. 
645 — Sir Lowthian Bell, Bart. . . Frank Framley, A. 
646 — London from the Tower 

Bridge Colin Hunter \ A. 

647— Hudson E. Kearley, Esq., M.P. H. Harris Brown. 
648 — A Wind-swept Wessex Valley 

E. R. Ireland Blackburne. 
649 — Lights that Guide and Guard Louis Grier. 
650 — J. C. Deverell, Esq. . . Fredk. Goodall, R.A. 

651 — Mushrooms Emily Stanton. 

652 — A Hundred Years Ago .. .. George Wright. 

653 — OCTAVIAN BEFORE CLEOPATRA .. 

Augusta G. Stoppoloni. 



i9oo.] GALLERY No. VIII. 45 

654 — Fraulein Valerie Degenhardt Adolf Thiede. 

655 — At his Wits' End Alfred W. Strutt. 

656 — Sweet Memories Spottiswood Duthie. 

657 — Sunset Leonard C. Cox. 

658 — Early Autumn : near Bettws-y- 

Coed William E. Benger. 

659 — Twilight: "Tall woods, with 

dim romances blent." — Keats . . Lionel Birch. 
660 — " Of old unhappy far off 

days, And battles long ago" Jane A. Ram. 
661 — Coming from the Fair .. . . Phil R. Morris, A. 
662 — A Summer Cloud . . Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A. 

663 — Golden Hours John White. 

664 — Colonel Inigo Jones . . . . T. Blake Wirgman. 

665 — A Highland Loch Douglas Adams. 

666 — Evening on a Welsh Estate.. Trevor Haddon. 
667 — Children of J. Binney, Esq. . . W. R. Symonds. 
668 — Miss Elena M. Grace Hubert von Herkomer, R.A. 

669 — Denounced H. Gillard Glindoni. 

670 — In an Asolan Garden 
67 1 — The Mermaid 
672 — Pastorale Provencale 
673 — Mrs. Stirling Stuart 



.. Herbert A. Olivier. 

. . Rowland Holyoake. 

Ernest A. Water low, A. 

. . Arthur Hacker. A. 



46 GALLERY No. VIII. [1900. 

674 — The Hero of the Hour.. .. Fred Morgan. 
675 — A Fisherman's Cottage .. .. Vincent P. Yglesias. 

676 — An Orphan Emma Belloc. 

677 — Fruit and Wine William Hughes. 

678 — The Voyage of St. Patrick . . T. Butler Stoney. 

679 — The Favourite P. Harland Fisher. 

680 — Spring Sunshine Robert W. Allan. 

681 — A Wild Flower . . . . G. Hilly ard Swinstead. 
682 — The Women-Stealers . . . . E. Matthew Hale. 
683 — On the Towing-Path . . . . P. Wheelwright. 

684 — A Doubtful Lie Heywood Hardy. 

685 — Wishford Bridge on the Wily 

River : autumn manoeuvres, 

1898, with the Northern Army James P. Beadle 



i9oo.] ( 47 ) 



GALLERY No. IX. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 686-942). 



686 — The Sexton's Jest Newto7i Braby. 

687 — The Victor Frank J. lorrom'e. 

6S8 — February . . Kershaw Scho field. 

689 — Kept In . . Henry Hayes. 

690 — On the Top of Dolvan .. .. Hal Ludlow. 
691 — Alfred Garth Jones, Esq. .. Frank Shelley. 

692 — Still Life Harriette E. Grace. 

693 — Wallflowers J. R. Dicksee. 

694 — Rook-Scaring Duncan H. Gosnell. 

695 — -Tilling on the Nile Banks . . Fra7ik Dean. 

696 — Alice P. A. Hay. 

697 — The Idler's Harvest . . Anna Alma-Tadema. 
698 — In the Warmth of Summer 

Days Joseph Farquharson. 

699 — Single Anemones J. Talbot Adams. 

700 — The Puritan Carl Kricheldorf. 

701 — Sweet-Williams Mary H. Offord. 

702 — A Stream Albert Bottomley. 

703 — Mrs. Byam Shaw Gerald Metcalfe. 



4 8 GALLERY No. IX. [1900. 

704 — "Good night, daddy" .. .. Joseph Clark. 

705 — The Old Stile II. Forbes Witherby. 

706 — Frozen Out Claude Car don. 

707 — A Market Garden Sept. E. Scott. 

708 — With all my Heart . . . . Maude Goodman. 

709 — Home from Fishing Albert Starling. 

710 — A Lowland Lassie .. . . R. Ge?nmell Hutchison. 
711 — When the Heart is Young .. A. Ackland Hunt. 

7 1 2 — A Dutch Idyll Edith D. Brinton. 

713 — Towards Evening: Purbeck Ivystan Hetherington. 

714 — A Challenge J. FitzMarshall. 

715 — Edge of the Wood W. B. Lamond. 

716 — Laurels for the Victor.. .. Thomas W. Cafe. 
717 — Wild Rhododendrons .. .. Percival Gaskell. 

718 — Startled Minnie Cor mack. 

719 — Poppies L.M.Keith. 

720 — Titania Minnie Cor mack. 

721 — September Sunshine James V.Jelley. 

722 — The Lady of Shalott .. .. Flora M. Lion. 

723 — Spring-Time Arthur A. Frieden son. 

724 — Kaffir Women washing at Du 

Toit's Pan, Kimberley . . Agnes M. CowitSt -. 
725 — The Esk Valley: Whitley .. Edwin Tindall. 

726 — Live Lobsters Ada Luker. 

727 — Framlingham Frederic G. Cotman. 

728 — Voices of the Spring .. .. Emma Sheppard . 



1900.] GALLERY No. IX. 49 

729 — An Interior of Venice. Diploma 

work, deposited on his election as 

an Academician John S. Sargent, R.A. 

730 — Straight for the Guns .. .. Douglas Adams. 

731 — In Arcady Cecil Rea. 

732 — Market Day Edward Dowdall. 

733 — Winter H. Vander Weyden. 

734 — An Old Farm Pond George Ransom. 

735 — A Red-Coat Ada Ltiker. 

736 — Departing Ray of Sunshine : 

Blythburgh Frederic G. Cotman. 

737 — Preparing for Conquest .. Haynes King. 

738 — An Adamless Eden Dudley Hardy. 

739 — Head of a Girl Charles D. Ward, 

740 — Bathers W. A. Breakspeare, 

741 — On the Alde Frederic G. Cotman. 

742 — Humming Birds Catheri?ie M. Wood. 

743 — Etretat John Brett, A. 

744 — West Loch, Tarbert, N.B. . . J. H. Stevens. 
745 — Portrait of the Painter . . Frank C. Cowper, 

746 — A Spring Pastoral John Pedder. 

747 — Spring Flowers Christine R. Shand 

748 — In the Orchard Alfred H. Moore 

749 — Fading Light Walter Langley. 

750 — Mending Nets: Cantyre, N.B. F. Spe?ilove Spenlove. 
751 — The Village Inn .. .. Francis H. Newbery. 
752 — The Forsaken Nymph .. .. Dorothy Stanley. 
753 — Blackland's Royal Common, 

near Godalming T. W. Allen. 



5° 



GALLERY No. IX. 



[1900. 



754 — Allegory Augusto G. Stoppoloni. 

755— "Papillon" Robert W. Macbeth, A. 

756 — Birch and Bracken Samuel Gordon. 

757 — After a Long Day's Work George L. Harriso?i. 
758 — Portrait by Lamplight P. Elizabeth F. Thomas. 
759 — "On bokes for to read is my 

delyte " M. Edith Dtirham. 



7 60 — The Stour, Sturry 

761 — Eventide 

762 — Perros, Brittany 
763 — A Study Table .. 
764 — Mill Dam on the Wey 
765 — A Weedy Corner 
766 — In Happy Woodland 



Ned Swain. 

.. J. T. Richards o?i. 

. . T. Eyre Macklin. 

Catherine M. Wood. 

Frederic G. Cotman. 

William Rowe, Jun. 

Charles H. C. Baldwyn. 



767 — On the Thames J. Talbot Adams. 

768 — The Sheldonian Theatre and 

Clarendon Building, Oxford John Fulleylove. 

769 — A Bursleet Girl Julia Meyer. 

770 — Plain of Assisi Edith Corbet. 

771 — Magic Stuart G. Davis. 

772 — From the Cottage Garden .. Christine R. Shand. 

773 — The Bathing Place Percival Gaskell. 

774 — The Reading Lesson .. William A. Menzies. 
775 — The Harbour, St. Mary's, Stilly William Keeling. 
776 — A Dreamer of Dreams .. .. J. Henry Hen shall. 
777 — The Edge of the Forest .. Charles J. Parry. 

778 — Hay Harvest Frank Walton. 

779 — Violets Elizabeth Whitehead. 



igoo.] GALLERY No. IX. 51 

780 — Making a Rick George Clausen, A. 

781 — A Love Philtre E. Little. 

782 — The Flower-Markets in Paris : 

choosing flowers Stuart Hobkirk. 

783 — "Be it ever so humble, There's 

no place like home " . . Beatrice Greenwood. 

784 — Autumn Roses F. Crafton Green. 

785 — Blue Summer: Sark Henry J. Ford. 

786 — Eventide V. de Ville. 

787 — Old Boat-house, Littlehampton 

G. Hilly ard Swinstead. 
788 — Henry VII. Chapel, Westminster 

Abbey A. Bolton. 

789 — Oh for that Morning of the 

Simple World . . . . Harry R. Mileham. 
790 — Near Charterhouse, Surrey .. T. W.Allen. 
791 — The Sun's Last Gleam .. .. William Ashton. 

792 — Meadow-sweet M. Elle?i Edwards. 

793 — Off to the Fishing : Scotch 

coast Alfred S. Edward. 

794 — The Poor Man's Tea .. .. Arthur Venttior. 
795 — Time the Physician.. .. Elea?ior F. Brickdale. 

796 — Sunlight H. Vander Weyden. 

797 — Primroses Adela Seton-Tait. 

798 — In Quiet Sussex . . . . Grace E. Sainsbury, 
799 — In Shakespeare's Country .. James Townshend. 

800 — Loiterers W. He?iry Gore. 

801 — The Smuggler's Daughter . . Harry Watson. 
802 — Christmas Roses . . . . Elizabeth Whitehead. 



52 GALLERY No. IX. [1900. 

803 — Spring-Time Eisman Semenowsky . 

804 — The Miller's Frau Flora M. Reid. 

805 — Day-dreams H. Macbeth-Raeburu . 

806 — In the Orchard Ernest Walboum. 

807 — Fishing-Boats : near Venice . . Arthur Evershed. 

808 — Summer Heat William T. Wood. 

809 — The Bone of Contention . . Newton Braby. 

810 — French Fishing-Boats in Tor- 
quay Harbour Arthur J. Foster. 

811 — St. Mary's Church, from Canter- 
bury Gate, Oxford Jolrn Fulleylove. 

812 — Roses M. Ellen Edwards. 

813 — A Reverie Hal Ludlow. 

814 — A Wonderful Tale Flora M. Reid. 

815 — Consulting the Fly-Book .. Hal Ludlow. 

816 — "East of the sun and west 

of the moon " . . . . H. W. B. Davis, R.A. 

817 — A Bit of Hampstead, Middlesex Frederick J. Sang. 

818 — A Pipe Opener George Wright. 

819 — Evening in the Dock : Lime- 
house Frederick J. Sang. 

820 — Chloe John W. Godward. 

821 — "The flowers that bloom in 

the spring" Agues M.Veness. 

822 — Mimosa Catherine M. Wood. 

823 — My Ain Fireside . . . . Valentine T. Garland. 

824 — The Sea Bank, Skegness . . . . Sidney Gardner. 

825 — A Dreamer Harry Watson. 



1900.] 



GALLERY No. IX. 



53 



826- 
827- 
828- 
829- 
830- 
831- 

832- 
833- 
834- 

835- 
836- 

837- 
838- 

839- 
840- 
841- 



842- 

843- 
844- 

845- 
846- 

847- 

848- 
849- 

850- 



-Gipsies by a Stream . . Alex. Fuller Maitland. 

-Doubt and Misgiving . . . . W. Cubitt Cooke. 

-In the Maytime Charles Collins. 

-The First-Born Thome Waite. 

-Old Whitby William E. Webb. 

-The Canal of the Madonna 

dell' Orto, Venice William Logsdail. 

-A Maiden of the Zuyder Zee Tom Browne. 

-Chrysanthemums Alfred Morgan. 

-Christmas Roses . . . . A. F. W. Hayward. 

-Mending Nets Edith Corbet. 

-Motherhood William Shackleton. 

-Roses H. Fantin-Latour. 

-Portrait of a Man in Black George A. Storey, A. 
-A Trout-Stream . . . . B. W. Leader, R.A. 
-Strict Injunctions . . . . George G. Kilburne. 
-The Duke's High Dame . . . . Mary Y. Hunter. 

"Asa tiring May, must I bind the shoon 
Of the Duke's High Dame, every day at dawning." 

-Mother Hubbard Edith Sprague. 

-Roses . . E. Miller Fowler. 

-La Debutante J. He?iry Henshatt. 

-Longing and Looking . . .. C. Boucher James. 

-Secrets Rowland Holyoake. 

-Easter Eggs John Maddison. 

-Haddon, from the Meadows . . A. W. Redgate. 

-Primroses Alfred Morgan. 

-Taking it Easy Valentine T. Garland. 



54 GALLERY No. IX. [1900. 

851 — Seascape F.H.Michael. 

852 — Open Pages Fred Spe?iccr. 

853 — Lyminge Church, Kent . . . . Herbert E. Harley. 

854 — Gossip Goodwin Kilburne. 

855 — A Silent Prayer Newton Br aby. 

856 — Part of Ruin of the Cis- 
tercian Nunnery, North 
Berwick, N.B James Sant, R.A. 

857 — Queen of the Night .. Benjamin Haughton. 

858 — Mrs. Geoffrey Marks .. .. Shirley Fox. 

859 — Early Spring John B. Wood. 

860 — A Fortune on the Throw . . John A. Lomax. 

861 — Late Autumn : in a hill glen . . James Faedjun. 

862 — Seaford John Brett ', A. 

863— On Cannock Chase V. De Ville. 

864 — February Posies Zouisa Awnonier. 

865 — The Madrip, Trevone . . . . John Brett, A. 

866 — Comfortably Kennelled Vale?iti?ie T. Garland. 

867 — Saturday Night Edward Stott. 

868 — The Pursuit of Alchymy . . Newton Braby. 

869 — Mary, the Mother of Jesus . . Je?i?iie Moore. 

870 — The First Snow Adam E. Proctor. 

871 — "A Soldier ever! Assassin 

never!" John A. Lomax. 

872 — The Mill Walter Em shy. 

873 — Dolce far Niente .. .. Valentine T. Garland. 

874 — Grey Day Richard Short. 

875 — Trewoof Stanhope A. Forbes, A. 



1900.] GALLERY No. IX. 55 

876 — In the Valley Walter Robinson. 

877 — Fruit Trees .. .. .. Thomas E. Francis. 

878 — "The thoughts of youth are 

long, long thoughts " . . . . Walter Urwick. 

879 — Littlecote Ernest R. Fox. 

880 — A Shady Corner on a Dart- 
moor Farm Alec C. Gotild. 

881 — William Sparks, Esq Rowland Holyoake. 

882 — The Top of the Village . . Herbert S. Percy. 

883 — "And now the storm blast 
came, and he was tyrannous 
and strong " John Brett, A. 

884 — A Saucy Girl J. L. Wimbush. 

885 — Invalided Home , George A. Holmes. 

886 — Through the Woods in Winter Robert S. Brutey. 

887 — Pro Fide Frederick D. Wale?in. 

888 — Among the Wild Hyacinths : 

Galloway W. S. Mac George. 

889 — Our Play-Room Henriette Ro?iner. 

890 — Newtrain Bay, Cornwall . . . . John Brett, A. 

891 — East Wind: Cardiff Richard Short. 

892 — Sunshine Days James V.Jelley. 

893— W. P. Frith, R.A. 

" She gives a side glance and looks down, 
Beware, beware. 
Trust her not, 
She is fooling thee ! " 

894 — Le Chapeau de Paille . . . . Eyre Crowe, A. 
895 — Fruit Joseph T. Savidge. 



56 GALLERY No. IX. [1900. 

896 — News from the Front . . . . Hugh Carter. 

897 — A Limpid Mirror George A. Gaskell. 

898 — A Woodland Princess . . Jennie Brownscombe. 
899 — Early Morning : Houghton, 

Sussex Harold Goldthwait. 

900 — A Little Duke Charles T. Garland. 

901 — Rose Dallmeyer. 

" The whispering waves were all asleep, 
The clouds had gone to play, 
And on the trees and on the deep 
The smile of heaven lay." 

902 — A Water-Mill Walter Robinson. 

903 — My Custom Always, in the after- 
noon Valentine T. Garland. 

904 — The Wind Among the Barley John Brett, A. 

905 — An Autumn Evening . . . . Fred Hall. 

906 — Our Heart's Delight . . . . Maude Goodman. 

907 — Spring Flowers Val Davis. 

908 — Cupid Spottiswood Duthie. 

909 — Abinger M ill-Pond Frank Walton. 

910 — Forebodings Duddingstone Herdman. 

911 — Near Dunbar, North Britain .. James Sant, R.A. 
912 — The Family of Nazareth Augusto G. Stoppolom. 
913 — The Lock Meadow .. .. John M. Macintosh. 
914 — The Maid of Athens Marg. Murray Cookeshy. 
915 — Clearing up After Rain .. James Faedjun. 

916 — Triumph L. Campbell Taylor. 

917 — A Silver King Constance E. P. Smith. 

918 — The Scarlet Apron Julia Meyer. 



iqoo.] GALLERY No. IX. 57 

919 — The Top of the Hill . . . . Charles Western. 
920 — Marshland, near Lewes . . . . Mary Hardi7ig. 

921 — Interesting News Jonathan Pratt. 

922 — Start Bay Bryan Hook. 

923 — Ploughing in the Fens . . . . Percy Haddan. 
924 — The Walk by the River .. Alice Fanner. 

925 — Berwick-on-Tweed James Wallace. 

926 — Buying for the Sultan . . . . Dudley Hardy. 
927 — Sheep-Milking : Walcheren .. Mary Stormont. 

928 — In Sight F. Percy Wild. 

929 — A Duet Carl Schloesser. 

930 — The Goat-Herd Arthur D. McCormick. 

931 — The Song Step he?i Reid. 

932 — The Fete Day Francis S. Walker. 

933 — Moonrise H. W. B. Davis, R.A. 

934 — Gamblers Goodwin Kilburne. 

935 "A MAN CONVINCED AGAINST HIS 

WILL, IS OF THE SAME OPINION 

still " Flora M. Reid. 

936 — A Note of Summer Owen Dalziel. 

937 — In Possession Winifred Austen. 

938 — The Bargain L. Campbell Taylor. 

939 — Apple Blossom Eva Francis. 

940 — The Garden of Sleep . . . . A. W. Bayes. 
941 — A Flaw in the Title . . Charles E. Richardson. 
942 — After the Dance . . . . Eisman Semenowsky. 



( 58 ) [igoo. 



GALLERY No. X. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 943-1020). 



943 — " Daffodils, that come before 

the swallow dares and takes 

the winds of march with 

beauty " W. G. Dqffarn. 

944 — Penton Hook on the Thames 

Alfred A, Glendening. 
945 — Coming in on the First of 

the Tide Horace H Cauty. 

946 — " TO LIFE AND TOIL, THE BREATH 
OF NATURE LENDS A TOUCH OF 

colour " Charles M. Q. Orchardso?i. 

947 — The Quay Side : Rouen . . . . Terrick Williams. 

948 — Motherless Norman M. Macdougall. 

949 — Mrs. John Morley T. Blake Wirgman. 

950 — The Silent Prayer Samuel E. Waller, 

951 — Deus Arcitenens Spottiswood Duthie. 

952 — In the Suffolk Marshes Alfred J. Munnings. 
953 — Miss Rita MacLachlan .. .. P. A. Hay. 
954 — A Rustic Mirror Edward H Pa hey. 



iqoo.] GALLERY No. X. 59 

955 — The Ebb Herbert J. Draper. 

"But such a tide as moving seems asleep, 
Too full for sound and foam, 
When that which drew from out the boundless deep 
Turns again home." — Tennyson. 

956 — Routed : Boers retreating . . . . John Charlton. 
957 — The Billiard Players .. .. Ho?i. John Collier. 
958 — Bank Holiday, Hampstead Heath May nard Brown. 

959 — Robert Dudley, Esq Ambrose Dudley. 

960 — At the Starting Post . . . . Mary Cameron. 

961 — In the Cold Blast Robert W. Allan. 

962 — In the Golden Days . . . . Hugh G. Riviere. 
963 — A Student of the Azhar 

Mosque, Cairo Walter C. Horsley. 

964 — The Frippery Dealer .. .. Richard S. James. 

965 — A Cottage Garden James Watson. 

966 — Where Untroubled Peace and 

Concord Dwell Rose Welby. 

967 — The Gardener's Daughter Mary C. Palethorpe. 

968 — After Supper Annie G. Joyce. 

969 — Entrance to King Edward's 

Room, Berkeley Castle . . . . Frank C. King. 
970 — The Day's Work Done . . . . Arthur Lemon. 
97i— \ 

The Road of Love . . . . Talbot Hughes. 
973— 6 

974—) 

975 — Widowed Marg. Murray Cookesley. 



6o 



GALLERY No. X. 



[1900. 



976 — Evening: early spring .. .. George T. Rope. 

977 — M 1 ram ar Roses A. Miles Albert. 

978 — Where the Wild Flowers grow 

Florence FitzGerald 
979 — "A loving Psyche who loses 

sight of love." — Mrs. Barrett 

Browning 

980 — The Horse-Thrasher 

981 — Departing Day .. 

982 — Portrait of a Lady.. 

983 — Dinner-Time 

984 — Thomas Wall Buckley, Esq 

985 — Spring : an allegory . . 

" Now dreamy earth, from Winter's sleep aroused, 
Stirs drowsily when Spring with gentle voice, 
Cries wake ! awake ! for Summer comes apace, 
And all the groves are filled with singing birds." 

986 — The Ladies of Arthurian 

Romance James Archer. 



M. Ridley Corbet. 

Ralph Hedley. 

Frank T. Carter. 

Cecilia Beaux. 

Leghe Suthers. 
Walter C. Horsley. 
Arthur T. Novell. 



-Anon. 



" Moigan le Fay and the Lady of the Lake perform an 
incantation and raise the Spirit of the Lake with the 
mystic sword Excalibur." 

987 — Wood-gatherers .. .. Florence FitzGerald. 
988 — Through Dutch Meadows . . Janet Fisher. 
989 — " When morning mists rise 
softly, From rugged moun- 



tain sides 
990 — How He Won the V.C. 



Louis B. Hurt. 
Gilberts. Wright. 



1900.] GALLERY No. X. 61 

991 — " Come up, Blossom ! Come up, 

Daisy ! Come up, Bess, with 

the swishing tail " . . Margaret A. Heath. 
992 — Love will Triumph C. Haigh-Wood. 

" Love may sink by slow decay, 
But by sudden wrench, believe not 
Hearts can thus be torn away." 

993 — Lady Jane Beaufort and King 

James I. of Scotland . . . . J. Doyle Penrose. 

" And therewith cast I down my eyes again, 
And walking as I saw beneath the tower. 
***** 

The fairest and the freshest youthful flower, 
That ere I saw methought before that hour." 

' The King's Quhair.'' 

994 — An Old Orchard,: Weston Mills, 

near Plymouth George Cartlidge. 

995 — At Nazareth George E. Hicks. 

"Yea, a sword shall pierce through thy own soul 
also." — St. Luke \\. 35. 

996 — Mrs. Clowes Charles Kerr. 

997 — Attelage Basque . . . . Stanhope A. Forbes, A. 
998 — Autumn Sunrise : Connemara . . Charles Pettafor. 

999 — The Lily Garden Mary Hardi?ig. 

1000 — A Portrait Reginald E. Higgins. 

1 00 1 — A Devonshire Village . . . . W. Pollen Bishop. 
1002 — An Eighteenth Century 

Romance Arthur Beckingham. 



62 GALLERY No. X. [1900. 

1003 — " Within the branching shade 

of reverie." — D. G. Rossetti. Val Havers. 

1004 — Portrait of a Lady .. CM. Q. Orchardson. 

1005 — Joy Charles Vigor. 

1006 — Life's Labour Well Done .. Ernest Nort?ia?id. 

1007 — The Trent at Wilford .. A. W. Redgate. 

1008 — After Play William Bramley. 

1009 — The Flight of the French 
through the town of vlt- 
toria : Peninsular War . . . . Robert Hillingford. 

10 10 — Old Defenders: assembling of 
H.M. Yeomen Warders for the 
Inspection on Tower Green . . Fred Roe. 

1 01 1 — A Heavy Load: Isle of Marken Tom Browne. 

1 01 2 — Lilian Marie I. Nay lor. 

1013 — Miss Frances Cockerell ..Frederic C Mulock. 

1 014 — Mid Atlantic W. Ayerst Ingram. 

1015 — The Dream of the Knight 

Errant Sigismund Goetze. 

1 01 6 — The Good Samaritan .. .. William Small. 

1017 — After Heat of Day .. .. Amesby Brown. 

1 018 — Miss De Chair Charles Vigor. 

1 01 9 — My Mother C. Wynn Ellis. 

1020 — Banks of the Arun, Sussex . . Jose Weiss. 



19°°.] ( 6 3 ) 



GALLERY No. XI. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 1021-1090). 



T021 — The First of the Ebb .. .. Robert Gallon. 

1 02 2 — Grandfather's Pets .. .. Ernest H. Rigg. 

1023 — The Bathers Mark Fisher. 

1024 — Mrs. Jules de Meray .. Solomon J. Solomon, A. 

1025 — " Ere the fire in the west 

dies out " Duncan H. Gosnell. 

1026 — The Story Mia Edwards. 

1027 — A Convert Frederick D. Walenn. 

1028 — Cornflowers Vena Ja?inoch. 

1029 — A Panel of Arum Lilies . . Helen Franck. 

1030 — Ordered South Sydney Mus champ. 

1 03 1 — West Street, Corfe .. .. James S. Hill. 

1032 — A Lock on the Ouse .. F. Stuart Richardson. 

10 33 — M R - Alfred Gibson. Presen- 
tation Portrait Herbert A. Olivier. 

1034 — "The ways of man are passing 

strange " By am Shaw. 

1035 — The Princess Demidoff ..Benjamin Constant. 

1036 — Magellan in the Straits . . J. Eraser. 

1037 — Cribbage CM. Padday. 



64 GALLERY No. XI. [1900. 

1038 — " The ocean beats against 

the stern dumb shore the 

stormy passion of its mighty 

heart " Richard Wane. 

1039 — Sport and Spirit Wright Barker. 

1040 — Wool for the Cargo-Boat : 

distant view of Cairo . . Fredk. Goodall, R,A. 

1 04 1 — Lady Colebrooke Benjamin Constant. 

1042 — A Flying Squadron of the 

Old School Thomas Somerscaies. 

1043 — T HE Death of Lad as, the 

Greek runner, who died when 

receiving the crown of victory 

in the Temple at Olympia . . George Murray. 

1 044— Winter G. Leon Little. 

1045— Rev. W. W. Skeat, Litt.D. .. Charles E. Brock. 
1046 — Prometheus Consoled by the 

Spirits of the Earth . . George S. Watson. 

* ' Prometheus. How fair these air-borne shapes ! and yet I feel 
Most vain all hope but love ..." 

Shelley's ' Prometheus Unbound. ' 

1047 — Left in Charge Philip E. Stretton. 

1048 — Mrs. Ban field Bernard F. Gribble. 

1049 — Mr. Gladstone Editing the 

Works of Bishop Butler 

J. McLure Hamilton. 
1050 — The Song went to her Heart M. E. Kindon. 
105 1 — The Plague Ship of the 

Yellow Death Ber?iard F. Gribble. 

1052 — Sylvia : a portrait Henry L. Dell. 



i 9 oo.] GALLERY No. XI. 65 

1053 — Gathering Blackberries .. James Charles. 

1054 — A. F. Walter, Esq. .. .. Hugh G. Riviere. 

1055 — Gone Away Sta?iley Berkeley. 

1056 — Homeward Rowland H. Hill. 

1057 — Through the Beeches .. .. Adrian Stokes. 

t 05 8— Off Duty F. D. Millet 

1059 — The Silent Requiem: Anno 

Domini 1900 Jessie Macgregor. 

1060 — General Gordon Quelling a 

Riot at Darfur Stanley Berkeley. 

He rode almost alone into a camp of rebellious slave- 
hunters, and by sheer force of will quelled the rebellion. 

1 06 1 — Fishers of the Zuyder Zee F. Stuart Richardson. 
1062 — Dr. Henry Rayner . . . . Henry S. T?ikej A. 
1063 — A Careful Selection .. .. J. Michael Brown. 
1064 — Mrs. Gerald Arbuthnot .. Mark Milbanke. 

1065 — Gorse J. Johnstofi Inglis. 

1066 — Across the Straits from 

Mona's Isle Harry Watson. 

1067 — Harvest-time Leopold Rivers. 

1068 — J. Lorimer Warden, rough rider 

Herman G. Herko??ier. 
1069 — Autumn on the Wye .. .. C. E.Johnson. 
1070 — Hon. Mrs. Stuart Bouverie.. Emile Wauters. 
1 07 1 — Wind Against Tide: coast of 

Kerry J. Johnstoti I?iglis. 

1072 — Sunshine and Shade .. .. James E. Grace. 

1073 — The Lost Sheep Alfred U. Soord. 

1074 — Watercress Edgar Bundy. 

D 



66 GALLERY No. XI. [1900. 

1075 — The Lady Mayoress (Lady 

Xewton). Presentatio?i Por- 
trait He?irietta Rae. 

1076 — " Mothers of our kings to be " Edwin Douglas. 
1077 — "Green fields and happy 

groves, where flocks have 

took delight." — Blake . . Annette Elias. 

1078 — The River Hon. Walter J. James. 

1079 — An Officer of Hussars. . Daniel A. Wehrschniidt. 
1080— Where the Sea-Egg Flames 

on the Coral . . . . . . J. Eraser. 

1 08 1 — Phyllis, daughter of Edward W. 

Meyerstein, Esq George A. Storey, A. 

1082 — The Apprentice's Enforced 

Toilette Ralph Hedley. 

" Disobedient apprentices were first in open courte 
made exemplary by shortning their haire and taking from 
their clothes superfluous ribboning." 

1083 — The Mill-Stream Edwin Nichol. 

1084— The Old Mill Ernest P. Bucknall. 

1085 — A Mountain Path James Eaed,Junr. 

1086 — Our True Friends George A. Holmes. 

1087 — Kitty Knowles Mouat Loudan. 

1088— A Silvery Afternoon in June Wm. Greaves. 

1089— Ticklish J V. Henry Gore. 

1090 — "Hark back" C. Wynn Ellis. 



1900.] ( 67 ) 

WATER COLOUR ROOM. 

WATER COLOURS, ENAMELS, AND MINIATURES. 



WATER COLOURS— (Nos. 1091-1355). 



1 09 1 — A Study of a Man's Head .. Ethel M. Willis. 

1092 — Thick Weather Harold Knight. 

1093 — The Man in the Street .. Albert Morrow. 
1094 — A Street in Dinan .. Herbert G. Ibber son. 
1095 — A Windy Autumn Day, Old 

Boston Harry Goodwin. 

1096 — A Soldier's Daughter . . William B. Bennett. 
1097 — "The trees began to whisper 

and the winds began to 

roll In the wild March 

morning." — Tennyson . . . . Sylvester Stannard. 
1098 — November: "And the year, on 

the earth her deathbed, in a 

shroud of leaves dead, is 

lying " Stanley Thompson. 

1099 — Kentmore Hall, Westmorland Arthur Tucker. 
1 1 00 — The Spring-Time of Life .. Robert Meyer heim. 

noi — Twilight .. .. Fred. Mayor. 

d 2 



68 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1900. 

1 102— A Shepherdess of the Pyre- 
nees Elizabeth Forbes. 

1 1 03 — Tigers Harry Dixon. 

1 104 — The Tranquil Light of Rosy 

Morn John McDougal. 

1 105 — In the Valley of Chevreuse C. Sabon Laure)it. 
1 1 06 — The River near Aberyst- 

with, North Wales . . . . C. Sabon Laurent. 

1 1 07 — A Surrey Common Sutton Pahner. 

1 1 08 — Farm at West Yalding, Kent Mary S. Hagarty. 
1 1 09 — In Longleat Woods .. .. Alfred Parsons ; A. 

1 1 10 — The Ferry Herbert Nye. 

mi — The Old Chair .. .. William B. Bennett. 

1 1 12 — The Canal at St. Valery-sur- 

Somme William H. J. Boot. 

1 1 13 — Richmond Park .. .. Augustus W. Weedon. 
1 1 14 — Falls of the Garvie, Suther- 
land John Pedder. 

1 1 15 — "Wine is a melted ruby and 
the cup is the mine there- 
OF." — Omar Khayyam .. Sidney H. Meteyard. 

1 116 — Harvest-Time Ernest G. Beach. 

1 1 17 — Crabbed Age and Youth Can- 
not Live Together . . . . Henry M. Rheam. 

1 1 18 — The Fall of the Leaf.. .. Erskine E. Nicol. 
1 1 19 — The Trysting-Lane .. ..Sylvester Stannard. 

1 1 20 — Kathleen Agra Frances Baker. 

112 1 — Beer Head, South Devon, sunset Fritz Althaus. 



i 9 oo.] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 69 

1 122 — Norman Lacemaker .. .. Ernest Spence. 

1 1 23 — An East Coast Fishing- 
Village Hubert Coutts. 

1 1 24 — Evening Light George Marks. 

1 1 25 — Selham Mill Ernest P. Bucknatt. 

1 1 26 — A Well in Brittany .. .. John Parker. 

1 1 27 — A Troublesome Family.. .. Henry Bailey. 

1 1 28 — The Children's Hour .. .. Patty T. Joh?ison. 

1 1 29 — The Fringe of Dartmoor .. Frederick Shelley. 

1 1 30 — Chesnut Eliza M. Burgess. 

1 13 1 — Elsa Barney Alice Barney. 

1 132 — The Power and W t ealth of 

the Tyne Frank Mason. 

"33~) the Poetry ( 0r P heus ) 

"34- of Music: Homer 
1 1 35 — J I St. Cecilia ) 

H. Raymond Thompson. 

1136 — The Barber's Shop, Edam, 

North Holland W. H. C. Groome. 

1 1 37 — The Harvest-Field Robert Hume. 

1 1 38 — The Old Net-Maker .. .. W.H.C. Groome. 

1 1 39 — Isola San Giuliano Sir E.J. Poynter, P.R.A. 

1 1 40 — Breakfast-Time Charles E. Wilson. 

1 1 41 — Bec du Nez, Sark Frank Walton. 

1 142 — Sheung-mun-Tai Street, Canton 

Norman H. Hardy. 

1 1 43 — On the Road to Ladysmith Percy Dixon. 



rjo WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1900. 

1 1 44 — Roses William J. Muckley. 

it 45 — The Countess of Warwick .. Ellis Roberts. 

1 146 — The Moping Heron — Hood's 

' Haunted Hotise ' Joseph Dakin. 

1147 — Near Danbury, Essex .. .. Leopold Rivers. 

1 1 48 — The Cathedral Rocks, Mullion Herbert K. Rooke. 

1 149 — Spring-Time in a Surrey 

Field : cow-parsley . . . . A. Marrable. 

1 1 50 — A Rainy Day Minnie Smythe. 

1 15 1 — A West Country Trout- 
Stream Jessie Turner. 

1 15 2 — Making a Ball for Pussy .. Nellie Sans -om. 

1 1 53 — The Christmas Steps, Bristol George M. Henton. 

1 1 54 — After the Bath Hector C a ffieri. 

1155 — Henley, Sussex A. R. Quinton. 

1 1 56 — Fancyland Isabel Pyke-Nott. 

" When the soul doth forwards bend, 
And dream the sweet world hath no end." 

1 157 — Toil and Play Patty T. Johnson. 

1 1 58 — On the Wrong Side .. .. Walter Botha ms. 
1159 — "In spring a young man's 

fancy lightly turns to 

thoughts of love " . . . . Tom Browne. 

1 1 60 — Maggie Emily Weaver. 

1 1 61 — The Old Castle, St. Mawes .. C. Napier Hemy, A. 

1 1 62 — Captured J. Henry D rage. 

1 1 63 — Scavengers Arthur Wardle. 



goo.] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 71 



1 64 — Miss Vanderbilt-Wackermann 

as " Pallas Athene " . . . . Ellis Roberts. 

165 — A Few Simples Robert A. Dawson. 

166 — The Glyders, from Ogwen .. Joh?i C. Salmon. 
167 — Pirbright Common, Surrey .. John H. Dearie. 
168 — By the Edge of the Corn- 
field William Affleck. 

169 — A Look into the Future .. Joseph W. Forster. 

170 — March Gilbert Foster. 

171 — Spring Driving out Winter: 

design for wall decoration . . Fred Appleyard. 
172 — When Little Ones Grow 

Weary Carlton A. Smith. 

173 — Blackdown, from Henley Hill, 

Sussex A. R. Quinton. 

174 — White Chrysanthemums .. Edith I. Barrow. 
175 — An Autumn Moonrise .. .. Alfred R. Baker. 

176 — Abandoned A. Wilde Parsons. 

177 — Their Morning Bath .. .. A.M.Rossi. 
178 — Low-Water Tarn in the Old 

Man, Coniston Isaac Cooke. 

179 — " Far from the madding 

crowd " Fred. Mayor. 

180 — "Where rural fays and 

fairies dwell " . . . . . . Walter J. Morgan. 

181 — Cemaes Bay Ch. J. Praetorhis. 

182 — The Little Fishing-Boats C. Napier Hemy, A. 



72 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1900. 

1 1 83 — Rhododendrons .. .. Gertrude E. Offord. 
1 1 84 — Kynance, Cornwall .. .. G. Spawton Catlow. 

1 1 85 — Devotion Henry Ry land. 

1 1 86 — When Summer Leaves are 

Flown Albert Kinsley. 

1 1 87 — Under the Awning .. Frederick W. Jackson. 

1 1 88 — The Gentle Art Lines Fripp. 

1 1 89 — An Autumn Garden .. .. Richard Wa?ie. 

1 1 90 — Spring is Coming E. A. La?igdon. 

1 191 — The Last Gleam .. .. .. John J. Wills on. 

1 1 92 — Hayle Bar, Cornwall .. Charles S. Mottr am. 

1 193 — Lee Manor Lane Alfred East, A. 

1 194 — Where the Dead Sleep : Lower 

Egypt R. Talbot Kelly. 

1 1 95 — The Eagle's Stronghold Archibald Thorburn. 
1 1 96 — Sundown and Shade .. Giffard H. Le?ifestey. 
1 197 — Amongst the Daisies .. .. A. M. Rossi. 
1 198 — Abraham and Isaac — Genesis 

xxii. 11, 12 George Murray. 

1 1 99 — A Grey Day: West Highlands Hubert Coutts. 

1200 — On the Wey Emily Stannard. 

1 20 1 — A Millstream Leo?iard Fosbrooke. 

1202 — Ploughing: on the borders of 

Dartmoor Richard Hoskin. 

1203 — Durham Agnes J. Rudd. 

1204 — A Stormy Day: Loch Laggan Ernest E. Briggs. 
1205 — Normandy Cottage Aston Knight. 



i 9 oo.] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 73 

1206 — "Surge after surge with 
hollow bosomed roar, 
plunges and breaks " . . George Cockram. 

1207 — The Morning of Life .. William P. Cornish. 

1208 — The Last Stack : harvesting, 

near Bradford Thomas Bushby. 

1209 — A Breezy Upland Arthur Tucker. 

1 2 10 — A Surrey Landscape .. .. George Marks. 

12 1 1 — Childhood's Happy Days .. William Affleck. 

1212 — Wild Poppies in the Ar- 
dennes . . ..... . • Howard G. Stormont. 

1 2 13 — Conway Marsh, the 3rd Lanca- 
shire Volunteer Fusiliers in 
camp John C. Salmon. 

1 2 14 — A Forest Waif Fred. Mercer. 

1 2 15 — A Western Silver Sea .. Charles S. Mottram. 

1216 — Lexden L. Pocock. 

" Kilmeny looked up with a lovely grace, 
But nae smile was seen on Kilmeny 's face ; 

For Kilmeny had been she knew not where, 

And Kilmeny had seen what she could not declare." 

The Ettrick Shepherd. 

1 2 17 — "Caller herrin' " .. .. Leojiard A. Pownall. 

12 18 — Oporto C. Napier Hemy, A. 

1 2 19 — Street in Algiers Reginald Barrett. 

1220 — The Brook William Affleck. 

122 1 — William Maitland, Esq. .. Alfred U. Soord. 

12 22 — Rhododendrons George Marks. 



74 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1900. 

1223 — On the Hill-Side Alfred H. Moore. 

1224 — The End of the Winter: 

Thusis Margaret F. Ravenhill. 

1225 — The Way to the Farm.. Be?ijami?i D. Sigmund. 

1226 — Julie Minnie Smy the. 

1227 — After the Day's work .. .. Samuel Towers. 

1228 — Harvest of the Sea .. .. Hubert Coop. 

1229 — Winter in Holland .. .. Aston Knight. 

1230 — The Stour Valley, Hampshire Noel Smith. 

1 23 1 — Boscombe Gardens Frank G. Mart. 

1232 — A Quiet Spot .. William Affleck. 

1233 — In the Forest of Arden .. James T. Watts. 

1234 — Lady Weston's Walk, Sutton 

Park, Guildford Thomas H. Hunn. 

1235 — "Where wild in the wood- 
lands THE PRIMROSES BLOW " 

Elizabeth M. Chettle. 

1236 — On the Surrey Downs .. .. JVorman Graham. 

12 37 — S p R 1 n g-T i m e Joseph Kirkpatrick. 

1238 — "When Greek meets Greek" 

Charles J. Adams. 

1239 — A September Evening .. .. Frederick Shelley. 

1240 — Twenty Years After .. .. P. A. Hay. 

1 241 — A Dewy Morning .. .. E.Dorothy Willson. 

1242 — Winter Arthur G. Bell. 

1243 — " For King and Fatherland " : 
an incident in the German 
Struggle for Liberty . . . . John H. F. Bacon. 



1900.] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 75 

1244 — The Shelter on the Moor.. Arthur G. Bell. 

1245 — Idwal George Co ckr am. 

1246 — Sea Mists: Spanish Head, Isle 

of Man Reginald Smith. 

1247 — The Valley of the Severn . . Frank Porter. 
1248 — The Resuscitation of St. 

Winefride Winefride Freeman. 

St. Winefride, having been murdered by Caradoc, was 
resuscitated at the prayer of St. Bruno. 

1249 — The Horse-trough Charles Low. 



{On the Screen) 

1250 — The Duck-pond C. Duasstit. 

1 25 1 — 'Mid Chestnut Shade .. Charles H. Baldwyn. 

1252 — A Musketeer Frederick Calvert. 

1253 — Phyllis George H. Edwards. 

1254 — St. Mary's, Guildford .. .. Ernest Spence. 

1255 — From the Front A. D. Bastin. 

1256 — View of Richmond, Yorkshire 

George H. Edwards 
1257 — Old Willow at Slifkey, 

Norfolk Vernon Earp. 

1258 — Chalfont St. Giles .. .. Louisa M. Watts. 
1259 — Tea in Kensington Gardens Jeannie Dry s dale. 
1 2 60 — So Near, and yet so Far . . Gordon Browne. 
1 2 61 — Twins Richard Ho skin. 



76 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1900. 

1262 — Witley, Surrey G. Lewis Luker.. 

1263 — A Water Picnic Shirley Fox. 

1264 — A Cottage at Witley .. .. E. R. White. 

1265 — Landscape F.H.Michael. 

1266 — Edward, son of E. M. Bovill, 

Esq Alice Charles worth. 

1267 — The Banks of the Yeam .. Ida Betts. 
1268 — A Common: Midhurst .. .. Fred. Williamson. 
1269 — The Dawn of Spring .. .. Arthur E. Strutt. 
1270 — The Blissful Cloud of Summer 

Indolence Peter Leslie. 

1 27 1 — Sunshine and Shadow .. . .Charles J. Adams. 

1272— On the Arun Herbert E. Evans. 

1273 — Putting down Eel-Baskets Henry R. Robertson. 

1274 — Charing Cross Fred. E. J. Goff. 

1275 — A Meadow Queen Lucien Davis. 

1276— Berne Albert Goodwin. 

1277— The Ending of the Day .. C. Duassut. 
1278— Portrait of a Lady .. . .Margaret Docker ill. 

1279 — Tranquillity James L. Browne. 

1280 — A Halt by the Wayside .. Edith M. Harms. 

1 281 — Winter in Surrey Wilfrid Ball. 

1282 — La Madonna di Mestre Henry R. Robertson. 

1283 — London, from Tower Bridge .. Fred. E.J. Goff. 

1284— Poppies Alice E. Donkin. 

1285 — Violet, daughter of E. M. Bovill, 

Esq Alice Charlcswerth. 



igoo.] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 77 

1286 — Peace at Eve C. Duassut. 

1287 — On the Coast at Morsalixe, 

Normandy JV. Bright Morris. 

1288 — Marshland Ada Ltiker. 

1289 — A Spell Fred. Mayor. 

1290 — Fish Sale on the Quay .. May Fur?iiss. 
1 291 — The Garden in June .. Catherine Barnard. 

1292 — Le Beguinage, Bruges . . . . Mary Stormont. 

1293 — Near Old Sarum Gideon Fidler. 

1294 — Silver and Gold George Hughes. 

1295 — Walcheren Shrimp-Boats . .Charles J. TVatson. 
1296 — Between the Sun and Moon 

upon the Shore Thomas Cra?ie. 

1297 — The Mill-Field, Hornchurch L. Burleigh Bruhl. 

1298 — The Osier-Bed Henry T. Jarman. 

1299 — The Watchers Percy Robertson. 

1300 — Lenten Roses Eva Francis. 

1 301 — Ponies: frosty morning .. .. Arthur E. Fisher. 
1302 — The Loggia dei Lanzi, Florence E. Wake Cook. 
1303 — The Walled Garden, Sutton 

Place, Guildford Thomas H. Hum. 

1304 — Spring-time R. Beatrice L. Smith. 

1305 — Tower of Church of St. 

Michael, Bassishaw, lately 

destroyed Philip Norman. 

1306 — Baby: a portrait Mary L. Har court. 



78 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1900. 

1307 — Fleet Street Fred. E.J. Gqff. 

1308 — The Babes in the Wood . . Wi?iifred Stamp. 

1309 — Ox Whitley Sands J. Wait Clark. 

1310 — Jack and Jill Amy Scott. 

1311 — "If at first you don't 

succeed " Alfred W. Strutt. 

1312 — The Vale of the Severn Ernest A. Chadwick. 

13 13 — Harmony Florence Kingsf or d. 

1 3 14 — A Bit of Old Lisieux, Nor- 
mandy Herbert P. Weaver. 

13 1 5 — Harvest . . .. W. F Measom. 

131 6 — A Water Highway Charles E. Flower. 

I317 "A SIMPLE CHILD, THAT LIGHTLY 

draws its breath " . . . . Gideon Fidler. 

1 3 18 — The Goats' Stable Bla?iche Baker. 

13 19 — Primroses Ellen M. Hind. 

1320 — " Hip'ra ! here's the picture 

man " Gideon Fidler. 

1 3 2 1 — A Hedgerow George Marks. 

1322 — Cortina, Tyrol: spring-time ..Arthur W. Knight. 

1323 — Market-Day A. Verey. 

1324 — Cottage Garden, Clandon, 

Guildford Tho?nas H. Hum. 

1325 — Miss Jessie H. Jones .. .. Peter Leslie. 
1326 — The Path from the Shore.. H.J.Johnstone. 
1327 — A Backwater on the Thames 

Benjamin D. Sigmund. 
T328 — A Chrysanthemum Garden .. John H. Tyson. 






igoo.] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 79 

1329 — Mercato Vecchio, Florence .. Mabel A. Butler. 

1330 — Mushrooms William C. Ricketts. 

1 33 1 — The First Easter Morn : 

" What thou sawest, Mary, say, 

As thou wentest on the way " He?iry Ryland. 

1332 — A Surrey Common Sutton Palmer. 

1333 — One of the Family .. William A. Menzies. 
1334 — A Hampshire Homestead .. Alfred R. Baker. 

1335 — Blackberrying George Marks. 

1336 — Spring Kate Street. 

1337 — The Terrace, Losely . . . . Thomas H. Hunn. 

1338 — A Silver Catch Edith F. Grey. 

1339 — The Old Path through the 

Wood George Sykes. 

1340 — Gatehouse and Bridge, Sand- 
wich Philip Norman. 

1 34 1 — Autumn Glow George Marks. 

1342 — An Estuary . . . . . . . . Allan Barraud. 

1343 — News from the Front .. .. A. Hugh Fisher. 

1344 — Cottages, St. Minver, North 

Cornwall E. Edmonds. 

1345 — An Old Lime-Kiln George Marks. 

1346 — A School-Girl Mary Marks. 

1347 — Shells of the Sea .. .. Alfred B. Bamford. 
1348 — The Wake of the s.s. 

f Valetta ' in the Great 

Australian Bight . . A. H. Hallam Murray. 



So WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1900. 

1349 — A Summer's Moon James L. Browne. 

1350 — A Cloudy Day Charles J. Adams. 

135 1 — A Shepherd's Daughter .. W. K. Blacklock. 
1352 — The Llugwy, near Bettws 

Thomas Somer scales, jun. 

1353 — A Sunny Day Charles E. Flower. 

1354 — Florence, from the back of the 

Via dei Bardi A. H. Hallam Murray. 

1355 — Park House, Smarden .. .. C. W. Fothergill 



ENAMELS. 
(Nos. 1356-1361.) 

(On a Screen.) 

1356 — The Right Rev. the Lord 

Bishop of London — painting 

in enamel . . . . Hubert von Herkomer, R.A. 
1357 — Cloisonne enamel on copper 

Robert A. Dawson. 

1358 — Enamel on copper Ernestine Mills. 

1359 — Miss Julia Buckley .. .. Alexander Fisher. 
1360 — The Mermaid — translucent 

enamel John Eyre. 

1 36 1 — Beauty's Altar — painting in 

enamel Hubert von Herkomer, R.A. 



1900.] WATER COLOUR ROOM, 



MINIATURES. 
(Nos. 1362-1526.) 

(On a Screen.) 

1362 — Mr. W Wilhelmina Walker. 

1363 — The Countess of Charle- 

ville The Earl of Tankerville. 

1364 — The Countess of Tankerville 

The Earl of Tankerville. 

1365 — Lord Ossulston .. The Earl of Ta?ikerville. 

1366 — Master Ronnie Bodley The Earl of Ta?ikerville. 

1367 — Mrs. Walter Richardson .. Florence White. 

1368 — Baby, son of Coster Edwards, 

Esq. Florence White. 

1369 — Portrait of a Child .. .. Flore?ice White. 

1370 — Reverie Zucy F. Smith. 

137 1 — Jeanne, daughter of Theodore 

Roussel, Esq Alfred Praga. 

1372 — Sunshine or Rain? Nellie Sanson. 

1373 — Portrait of a Gentleman Florence McClatchie. 

1374 — Pearls Fanny Way. 

1375 — 'Muriel, daughter of P. Robert- 
son-Ross, Esq Evely?i R. Keller. 

1376 — Ethel, daughter of the late 

J. Gurney, Esq Evelym R. Keller. 

1377 — Ida, eldest daughter of F. Dray- 
son, Esq Evelyn R. Keller. 

1378 — Aubrey, elder son of S. Fane, 

Esq Evelyn R. Keller. 



82 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1900. 

1379 — Marion, younger daughter of R. 

Engledue, Esq Evelyn R. Keller. 

1380 — Hilda Marion, daughter of W. 

Wolfe Fletcher, Esq Annie G. Fletcher. 

1381 — Mrs. Mullens A?inie G. Fletcher. 

1382— Arnold Wolfe, son of W. Wolfe 

Fletcher, Esq Annie G. Fletcher. 

1383 — Miss Dorothy Freeman Winifred H. Thomson. 
1384 — Monsieur de Blowitz .. Winifred H. Thomson. 
1385 — Mrs. Stanfield .. .. Wi?iifred H. Thomson. 
1386 — Miss Miriam Clements, in 'My 

Friend the Prince ' . . . . Hannah E. Smith. 
1387 — Geoffry, son of Rev. John 

Davenport Etmice Pattison. 

1 388 — " Alack and well - a - day, 

Phillida flouts me" .. .. Nelly E. Cook. 

1389 — Phyllista Florence White. 

1390 — F. I. Simson, Esq — Simson. 

1 39 1 — Oliver Cromwell — after Sir 

Peter Lely Harold C. W. Soper. 

1392 — Doris M. Dibdin Davison. 

1393 — Portrait of a Lady .. M. Dibdin Davison. 
1394 — Portrait of a Lady .. M. Dibdin Davison. 
1395 — The late Mrs. Selfe .. M. Dibdin Davison. 
1396 — Evelyn and Marian, daughters 

of D. Croal Thomson, Esq. . . Rosalie M. Emslie. 

1397 — Mrs. Wilson Rosalie M. Emslie. 

1398 — Lady Isabella Howard.. .. Rosalie M. Emslie. 



1900.] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 83 

1399 — Miss N. K Rosalie M. Emslie. 

1400 — Esme Helen, daughter of Major 

L. Drummond Rosalie M. E?nslie. 

1 40 1 — Mrs. Longman Rosalie M. Emslie. 

1402 — Ernest Hoskins, Esq Rosalie M. Emslie. 

1403 — Mrs. Brown Potter . . . . Fa?iny Way. 
1404 — The Late Major - General 

Wauchope . . . . Gwendoline L. Maitland. 
1405 — Edith, daughter of Lionel 

Phillips Annie R. Merrylees. 

1406 — Eva, daughter of Mrs. Massey .. Gertrude Mass ey. 
1407 — Cecil, Sybil, Rosie, and Ella, 

children of S. Neumann, Esq. Gertrude Massey. 
1408 — Jean, daughter of Roger Cunliffe, 

Esq Gertrude Massey. 

1409 — Miss Katherine Cameron Charlotte G. McLaren. 

1 410 — Miss Burnet Charlotte G. McLare?i. 

141 1 — Mrs. Burnet Charlotte G. McLaren. 

141 2 — Miss Julia Neilson .. Maud E. Pilkington. 

1413 — Anna . . . . , Lsa Thompso?i. 

1 41 4 — The Dowager Lady Edmon- 

stone George F. Zink. 

1 41 5 — Waiting Nellie Sanson. 

1 41 6 — Miss Laura Patricia Cowan A?i7iie R. Merrylees. 
1417 — Mrs. Middleton Rogers .. Mabel L. Hankey. 
1418 — Peter, son of Captain and Lady 

Jane Seymour Combe . . . . Mabel L. Hankey. 



84 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1900. 

1 41 9 — Annie, daughter of Mrs. Mars- 

den-Smedley Mabel L. Hankey . 

1420 — The Hon. Lettice Digby .. Mabel L. Hankey. 
1 42 1 — Mrs. Thomas Fielden .. M. Josephine Gibson. 

1422 — Violetta M. Jo sephifie Gibson. 

1423 — Mrs. P. Jeffrey Mackie M. Josephifie Gibson. 
1424 — Portrait of a Girl .. .. Edith D. Weir. 
1425 — Ena, daughter of James Blank- 

ensee, Esq Hannah Myers. 

1426 — Stanley, son of Sydney Krauss, 

Esq. Hannah Myers. 

1427 — Marjory, daughter of Sydney 

Krauss, Esq Ha?i?iah Myers. 

1428 — Dorothea Ada M. Howell. 

1429 — Molly and the Mouse .. .. Frederick Cullen. 
1 430 — Portrait of a Lady . . . . Edith H. Ferneley. 
1 43 1— The Rev. G. P. B. Viner ..MaudB. Worsfold. 

1432 — Patty Helen C. Beves. 

1433 — Mrs. Rivington Evelyn Mason. 

1434 — Mon Ami Louise Co?ider. 

1435 — Portrait of a Lady .. .. Baldwin Warn. 
1436 — Dr. Clement Daniel .. .. Nora Chambers. 
1437 — Mrs. Hornby Lewis .. Nellie M. H. Edmunds. 

1438— Mary J. F. Acret. 

1439 — C. J. Plucknett, Esq Alice L. Cundy. 

1440 — Miss Lucy Wood Alyn JVilliams. 

1 441 — Mrs. Phillip Dyson .. .. Yseult K. Duverg'e. 



1900.] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 85 

1442 — Portrait of a Lady .. .. A. Jane Harrison. 
1443 — Portrait of an Old Lady .. Arthur Maclear, 
1444 — Horace Mayhew, Esq. . . R. Cordelia Whiteside. 
1445 — Elaine, the lily maid of Astolat Hubert Turrell. 
1446 — George Edward Cokayne, Esq. Ja?ieK. Robertson. 

1447 — Madge E. Margaret Green. 

1448 — Ruth, daughter of A. Romer 

Macklin, Esq Katherine Stewart. 

1449 — D. Shearme, Esq Beatrice Howard. 

1450 — Vera Neta Rowse. 

145 1 — Mrs. Arthur Morse Reid .. Evelyn B. Shaw. 
1452 — Jimmie, son of J. M. Pyke-Nott, 

Esq Evelyn B. Shaw. 

1453 — General Sir George White, 

V.C., G.C.B Harry C. Lintott, 

1454 — Mrs. Ricardo Palmer .. Emmeline A. Palmer. 

1455 — Edna Herbert Drew. 

1456 — Phyllis Sachs Jessie W. Sachs. 

1457 — Portrait of a Lady .. .. J. F. Acret. 

1458 — Ranulph Winifrede A. Meihe. 

1459 — Mira Maud Nye. 

1460 — Mrs. William Rutherford Gertrude T. Cowper. 
1 46 1 — Miss Gertrude Shewell Adelaide C. Newman. 
1462 — Catherine, daughter of James 

Buchanan, Esq Edith M. Charlton. 

1463 — Master Leslie S. Morgan . . Evelyn C. Ellis. 
1464 — Molly Eleanor S. Sterry. 



86 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1900. 

1465 — Miss Madeline Forsbrey . . Emily Brow?i. 

1466 — Elsie, daughter of George Silley, 

Esq. Evelyn B. Shaw. 

1467 — Mrs. Buxton Morrish .. .. Eleanor S. Sterry. 

1468 — Ileene Dorothea Foster. 

1469 — Miss M Marguerite P. de Merbitz. 

1470 — Mrs. Everard Milman .. .. S. C. Harrison. 

1 47 1 — Lady Blanche Somerset, eldest 
daughter of the Duke of Beau- 
fort Edith M. Charlton. 

1472 — Friends .. .. Annie Pattin son. 

1473 — Study of an Arab's Head .. Mabel Gar man. 

1474 — Dorothy, daughter of the Rev. 

Arthur Carter K. Winifred Collyer. 

1475 — Miss Kimball Grace R. Lewis. 

1476 — A Study in White Herbert Turr ell. 

1477 — The Butterfly .. .. Rosabella Drummond. 

1478 — Portrait of a Child .. .. Ada Whiting. 

1479 — Portrait of a Child .. .. Olga Morgan. 

1480 — Why so Pensive, Gentle 

Maiden ? Maud B. Worsfold. 

1 48 1 — Frida IVinif red Marshall. 

1482 — Priscille Annie G. Fletcher. 

1483 — Poppies Nellie Benson. 

1484 — Mrs. Porter .. .. Marguerite P. de Merbitz. 

1485 — Edith, daughter of E. Mead, 

Esq Edith L. Clink. 

i486 — Marjory Ethel Buckingham. 



i9oo.] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 87 

1487 — A Dear Old Friend .. .. Mildred Robinson. 

1488 — Christabelle Mary L. Mileham. 

1489 — Miss Constance Collier Francis A. Haviland. 
1490 — Portrait of a Lady . . . . Ada Whiting. 
1 49 1 — N. G. : a portrait . . . . Gerald E. Harrison. 
1492 — Portrait of a Lady .. .. Edith L. Clink. 
1493 — Madame Sara Bernhardt, in 

' La Dame aux Camelias ' . . Winifred Marshall. 

1494 — Maisie Madeline M. McDonald. 

1495 — Mrs. F. E Wear Maud Wear. 

1496 — A Lady of a Bygone Day .. Florence Lendrtun. 

1497 — Wilfred Minnie J. Hardman. 

1498 — Mary Ada M. Howell. 

1499 — Miss Dorothy Wickham Henrietta M. Tarver. 

1500 — Chrysanthemums Lillie Stein. 

1 501 — E. W. Tait, Esq Frederick Cullen. 

1502 — Frank Richmond Kimbrough, 

Esq. Margaret Docker ill. 

1503— F. L. B .• .. .. L.Hilda Bell. 

1504 — Mrs. Massey Mary Lewis. 

1505 — Portrait of a Gentleman Margaret A. Heath. 
1506 — Martin Kemp-Welch, Esq. . .Edith Kemp- Welch. 

1507 — Zaza Isabel Fyke-Nott. 

1508 — The Garland CecilJ.Hobson. 

1509 — Miss Cox Adah Knight. 

1 5 10 — Miss Hartwell Grace R. Lewis. 



88 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1900. 

151 1 — Rev. C. B. Lewis Grace R. Lewis. 

151 2 — Kathleen Emily M. Worsfold. 

1 5 13 — Mrs. Drinan Mary Lewis. 

15 14 — Sketch of an Italian Girl.. Grace R. Lewis. 
15 15 — Miss Mildred Bennett.. Henrietta M. Tarver. 
15 16 — Miss Josephine Tarver.. Henrietta M. Tarver. 

15 17 — Our Rector Carlotta Nowlan. 

1 5 18 — "Dark eye'd Carlotta, fancy 

rapt afar, where all fair 

forms and all clear colours 

are " Maud S. Phillpotts. 

15 19 — Miss Emily G. Dockerill .. Margaret Do ckerill. 

1520 — Portrait of a Boy Baldwin Warn. 

15 2 1 — Mrs. Harrington Edward Dea?ies. 

1522 — Vere Henrietta M. Tarver. 

1523 — Eveline, daughter of John 

Hilton, Esq Beatrice A. Higham. 

1524 — Hon. Mrs. Duff Tollemache — Simson. 

1525 — A Reverie William Ashton. 

1526 — Isabel, daughter of Lieut.-Col. 

J. E. Baines Maud I. Wilkinson. 



1900.] 



BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. 



ETCHINGS, DRAWINGS, AND ENGRAVINGS, 



(Nos. 1527-1679.) 



1527 — The Coal-Heavers Estelle Nathan. 

1528 — Faith — after Lord Leighton, 

P.R.A John D. Miller, 

1529 — The Pride of North Devon Fred Biirridge. 

1530 — Design for War Fund Pro- 
gramme Patten Wilson. 

1 53 1 — St. William's College, York Catherine Smith, 

1532 — Vanished London : Clare Market A. W. Bayes. 

1533 — A Clyde Harbour Muir head Bone, 

1534 — The Lament of Icarus — after 

H. J. Draper Arthur Comfort. 

1535 — Swaledale Charles J. Watson. 

1536 — Mill above the Mersey .. A. Hugh Fisher. 

1537 — The Edict of William the 
Testy — after G. H. Boughton, 
R.A. . . Willie Heydema?in. 

153 8 — Hermia and Helena — after 

Sir E. J. Poynter, P.R.A. . . Willie Heydemann. 

1539 — Book-Plate George W.Eve. 



90 BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. [1900. 

1540 — The Hundred River .. .. Frank Newbolt. 

1 5 41 — The Thatchers A. Hugh Fisher. 

1542 — Dock Building : Liverpool .. J. Hamilton Hay. 

1543 — The Maids of Elfin-Mere .. Amelia Bauerle. 

1544 — On the Thames above Staines John Fullwood. 

1545 — Putney Catherine Smith. 

1546 — On the Banks of the Colne John Fullwood. 

1547 — Dover Cliffs Millicent Harris. 

1548 — "Against the wind and open 

sky " Herbert Dicks ee. 

1549 — The Path by the Mill — after 

Yeend King Willie Heydemann. 

1550 — Achillea —after Rembrandt .. Morti?ner Me?ipes. 

1 55 1 — The Favourites of the Hunt 

Robert W. Macbeth, A. 

1552 — Church of St. Mary, Rye .. TV. H Milnes. 

1553 — On the Downs near Ports- 
mouth John Fullwood. 

1554 — Oude Munt Toren, Amsterdam Constance M. Pott. 

1555 — Sea-Wrack R.Stewart. 

1556 — The Depths of the Sea .. Amelia Bauerle. 

1557 — Tyrolese Cottages Edward M. Synge. 

1558 — An Old Barn W. H. Mihies. 

1559 — Hay-barn, Cortina Edward M. Synge. 

1560 — A Norfolk Bridge W. H. Milnes. 

1 561 — Near Clifton Reginald E. J. Bush. 

1562 — Blowing the Fire Gertrude E. Hayes. 

1563 — The Trial Proof Constance M. Pott. 



1900.] BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. 91 

1564 — The Watcher on the Hill.. Herbert Dicksee. 
1565 — Jerusalem, from Olivet .. .. Tristram Ellis. 

1566 — The Weaver Mary A. Sloane. 

1567 — "White as the snow were his 

LOCKS, AND HIS CHEEKS AS 
BROWN AS THE OAK LEAVES." 

— Longfellow Ethel M. Morgan. 

1568 — The Honeymoon • — after W. 

Dendy Sadler James Dobie. 

1569 — Old Building on the Darro, 

Granada — after D. Roberts, 

R.A Luke Taylor. 

1570 — In the Furrowed Land . .Minna Bolingbroke. 
157 1 — Butter-Market, Dordrecht .. Mary A. Sloane. 
1572 — Washing-Sheds, Avranches . . Gertrude E. Hayes. 

1573 — A Book-Plate Frederick C. Tilney. 

1574 — Ely Francis S. Walker. 

1575 — Study of a Cat's Head .. George H. Short. 
1576 — The Lonely Life — after Hugh 

G. Riviere Charles 0. Murray. 

1577 — The late Rev. Dr. Martineau Clara Martineau. 

1578 — Anxious Hearts Herbert Dicksee. 

1579 — Illustration from 'King 

Lear,' act iv. scene 7 Cyrus Cuneo. 

1580 — Portrait of a Nobleman — 

after Franz Hals Arthtir J. Tzirrell. 

1 581 — Madam Brunetti .. .. Reginald E. J. Bush. 

1582 — The Penitent .. Paul Woodroffe. 

1583 — A Book-Plate .. C. W. Sherborn. 



9 2 BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. [1900. 

1584 — Moonlight Ida Lees. 

1585 — Youth and Death Alfred G . Jones . 

1586 — Yorick, the Parson, and his 

Old Horse Harry L. Richardson. 

1587 — Wounded Men at Wynberg, 

South Africa : a shady corner Arthur Garratt. 
1588 — Design for Heading of Mr. 

Punch's ii8th Volume .. Linley Sajnbourne. 
1589 — Death Waits at the Door Claa,de A. Shepperson. 

1590 — In Arcadia Herbert Cole. 

1591 — The Dowager Countess of 

Crawford and Balcarres 

Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A. 
1592 — The Castle, Holy Island, 

Northumberland . . . . Thomas W. Hammond. 
1593 — "Bobs'" Eyes: a sketch on 

Orange Free State Border . . Alfred Pearse. 
1594 — Illustration from 'King 

Lear,' act i. scene 1 . . . . Cyrus Cwieo. 
1595 — King Cophetua and the 

Beggar Maid . . . . Eleanor F. Brickdale. 

1596 — Miss Meggie Barclay .. .. Harold Speed. 

1597 — Lorenzo and Isabella .. .. Frank C. Cowper. 

"'How ill she is,' said he. 'I may not speak; 
And yet I will, and tell my love all plain 
If looks speak love-laws.'" 

Keats' ' Isabella, or the Pot of Basil.' 1 

1598 — Colonel Sir Edward R. C. 
Bradford, G.C.B. Drawing 
for the Grillions Club Series . . H. T. Wells, R.A. 



1900.] BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. 93 

1599 — Beside Still Waters .. .. Lester Sutcliffe. 
1600 — Flamboro' Head .. .. Thomas W. Hammond. 
1 601 — Veterans Reading the War 

News in Chelsea Hospital Arthur Garratt. 
1602 — Master Christopher Barclay Harold Speed. 
1603 — Death and the Soldier .. Sam Webley. 

1604 — The Fight Clatide A. Shepperson. 

1605 — A Rainy Day Alfred W. Cooper. 

1606 — The Lady Wantage Sir W. B. Richmo?id, R.A. 

1607 — Study W.Giles. 

1 608 — The Love-Letter Harold Copping. 

1609 — John Alexander, Esq Montagu Crick. 

1 610 — Illustration to Poem "The 

Happy Isles " / Walter West. 

1 61 1 — The Silent Highway .. .. Leo?iard Alford. 
1 61 2 — Four Drawings of Tigers .. Alice K. Goyder. 
1 61 3 — A Friar of Orders Grey Thomas W. Holgate. 
1 614 — Lilies— after Mrs. M. L. Waller John C. Webb. 
1 61 5 — Mrs. Walter Medlicott 

Sir IF. B. Richmond, R.A. 
1 61 6 — Off to the Fishing-Ground : 

Holy Island, Northumberland 

Thomas W. Hammond. 
1 61 7 — Design for a Book-Plate Harold E.H. Nelson. 

1 618 — Evening George Murray. 

1 619 — An Interrupted Idyll .. .. Frank Craig. 
1620 — 6th Dragoons Leaving Albert 

Docks for South Africa . . Fred. Whiting. 



94 BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. [1900. 

1 62 1 — A Cheshire Farm Hugh Paton. 

1622 — Two Crotchets in a Bar William J. Urquhart. 

1623 — " 1844 " Florence Kings ford. 

1624 — Repose E. B or otigh Johnson. 

1625 — Crossing the Moor .. .. T. I. Dalgliesh. 

1626 — My Sister Lucie Harr and. 

1627 — The Stranger G. He?iry Evison. 

1628 — Marpessa Philip Connard. 

1629 — A Lad in Love Claude Shepper son. 

1630 — Sweet Thoughts Henry S. Kor fright. 

1 63 1 — Rough Sea: H.M.S. 'Powerful' T. Robinson. 

1632 — With Troops for Table Bay: 
transport leaving the Royal 
Albert Docks Charles J. De Lacy. 

1633 — " Love in her eyes sits play- 
ing " Charles E. Marshall. 

1634 — Moonlight Archibald Baldwin. 

1635 — Udea and the Man-Eater — 

Langs ' Grey Fairy Book ' . . Henry J. Ford. 

1636 — Gareth and Lynette .. G. Bernard Benton. 

1637 — Millmead, Guildford .. .. Gordon Home. 

1638 — Study of a Cat's Head.. .. George H. Short. 

1639 — Alice Constance, daughter of 

Sir Thomas Richardson, M.P. Seymour Lucas, R.A. 

1640 " MURTHER MOST FOUL, AS IN 

the best it is." — Shakespeare Nell Tcnison. 
1 641 — H. G. Gwyther, Esq. .. Seymour Lucas, R.A. 
1642 — Barabbas at The Cross Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A. 



igoo.] BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. 95 

1 643 — The Great Reserve . . G. Bernard Benton. 

1644 — Clarissa Charles E. Marshall. 

1645 — The Attempt to Save the 

Guns at Colenso . . . . Christopher Clark. 
1646 — Illustration to Poem, "Love 

Lies Bleeding " / Walter West. 

1647 — Illustration to " Colonel 

Botcherby, M.F.H." .. Ralph J. Richardson. 
1 648 — The Prioress's Tale . . . . William D. Eden. 

1649 — The Plough Ernest T. Gurney. 

1650 — The Convent's Chronicler .. Philip Cofinard. 

165 1 — Ophelia Henry E. Crocket. 

1652 — Miss Annie Ward Lilian F. Wright. 

1653 — A Study Anne Marks. 

1654 — The Cat-Witch .. .. Gertrude M. Bradley. 
1655 — The Monarch of the Glen — 

after Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A. Herbert Sedcole. 
1656 — An Illustration to a Story G. Henry Evison. 
1657 — Bellerophon slaying the 

Chimaera Sam Webley. 

1658 — An Empire of Dreams .. .. Elsie Gregory. 

1659 — Apples Peter Leslie. 

1660 — Reverse of Design for War 

Fund Programme . . . . Patten Wilson. 
1 66 1 — Portrait of a Lady .. .. Ethel Sawyer. 
1662 — Study of a Cat's Head.. .. George H. Short. 
1663 — Lancelot and Elaine .. G. Bernard Benton. 
1664 — Maria leaving the Banquet 

■ — Langs ' Grey Fairy Book ' . . Henry J. Ford. 



96 BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. [1900. 

1665 — "Who rides by with the 

royal air ? " Philip Connard. 

1666— The Right Rev. T. E. Wilkin- 
son, D.D., Bishop of Northern 
& Central Europe Frank Willis. 

1667 — Story Illustration — after Sey- 
mour Lucas, R.A Arthur Coinfort. 

1668— The Rose Maiden — after S. 

Melton Fisher John C. Webb. 

1669 — The Question — after Marcus 

Stone, R.A Norman Hirst. 

1670 — A Welcome Footstep — after 

Marcus Stone, R.A E. Gilbert Hester. 

1 67 1 — Moorland Quietude — after 

Peter Graham, R.A Joseph B. Pratt. 

1672 — Wedded — after Lord Leighton, 

P.R.A George H. Every. 

1673 — Gabrielle — after Herbert 

Schmalz H. Scott Bridgwater. 

1674 — Adversity — after J. Sant, R.A. Henry T. Greenhead. 

1675 — Fancy Free — after A. Stuart 

Wortley Nor/nan Hirst. 

1676 — Die Wilde Frau, Schlangenbad, 

Germany W. Biscombe Gardner. 

1677 — London, from Hampstead .. William Monk. 

1678 — The Nurse-Girl Gordon Browne. 

1679 — Illustration to "The Hun- 
dredth Princess " . . Alice B. Woodward. 



1900.] ( 97 ) 



ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 



ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, 
(Nob. 1680-1912.) 

1680 — Holwell, Herts : exterior Ernest George and Yeates, 

1681 — Edgeworth Manor, Ciren- 
cester : hall screen Ernest George and Yeates. 

1682 — Proposed House in the north 

of Scotland Walter R. Davidson, 

1683 — A Country Cottage, near 

Stratford-on-Avon Joseph C. Perkin. 

1684 — Italian Hospital, Queen's 

Square, London Thomas W. Cutler. 

1685 — Proposed House, Thames Ditton 

W. H. Atkin Berry 

1686 — Proposed New Church, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne George W. Ward. 

1687 — Cottage, Hampshire .. .. Thomas Davison. 

1688 — Martin's Bank, Bromley .. Ernest Newton. 

1689 — The Medical Schools, Cam- 
bridge Edward S. Prior. 

e 



98 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1900. 

1690 — New Buildings for the Uni- 
versity of Cambridge Thomas G. Jackson, R.A. 
1 69 1 — Reconstruction of Wester 

Kames Tower, Isle of Bute . . Robert W. Schultz. 
1692 — Music- Room at i, Cadogan 

Place Green and Abbott. 

1693 — 2 4> Duke Street, Piccadilly, W. 

George A. Lansdown. 
1694 — Country House, Almondsbury, 

Gloucester Henry D. Bryan. 

1695 — Design for Art Galleries, 

Bradford Thomas Davison. 

1696 — A Sunk Garden Henry Tanner, jun. 

1697 — 'The Old Horse and Jockey,' 

Hazel Grove Mee and Jennison. 

1698 — Stelling Hall, Northumberland 

Armstro?ig and Wright. 
1699 — A Scheme for the Supply of 

Water for London . . . . Robert P. Whellock. 
1700 — The Retreat, Lakenham, 

Suffolk : entrance, front . . Andrew N. Prentice. 
1 70 1 — Front for Restaurant.. .. M. Starmer Hack. 
1702 — Pair of Cottages, Shellingford, 

Berks IV H. Atkin Berry. 

1703 — Group of Four Cottages, 

Shellingford, Berks . . . . IV H Atkin Berry. 
1704 — Inholmes, Hartley Wintney, 

Hants Robert IV Schultz. 



1900.] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 99 

1705 — Boys' School and Master's 

Residence at Exeter . . Brya?i and Roberts. 
1706 — Firemen's Cottages, Todmorden Jesse Horsfall. 
1707 — Sketch Design for Stained 

Glass : " Christus Consolatus " William Glasby. 
1708 — Design for House in New 

York Reginald Blomfield. 

1709 — Design for Village Church 

on a Hill Slope R. Samuel Oldacre. 

17 10 — New Church, Sledmere Park, 

Yorkshire : interior view . . Temple Moore. 
17 1 1 — Design for Stained Glass 

Window :" The Nativity " .. William Aikm an. 
17 12 — Design for New Chancel, St. 

Paul's Church, Bermondsey . . Herbert C. Ingram. 
171 3 — Organ-Screen and Choir-Seats, 

church of St. Merteriana, ?--'• - 

Tintagel F. Forbes Glennie. 

17 14 — Design for a Stained Glass 

Window Robert J. Steggles. 

17 15 — House at Leicester .. .. James Ransome. 
17 1 6 — Proposed Offices, West Hartle- 
pool John H. Garry. 

17 17 — House at Wembley Hill 

Gibson, Clarke, and Warwick. 
17 18 — Design for Stained Glass William J. Griffiths. 
17 19 — Entrance Gates and Lodge 

to Mansion, Suffolk . . Andrew N. Pre?itice. 
1720 — Lea Park, Surrey .. .. Paxton H. Watson. 

e 2 



roo ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1900. 

17 2 1 — House at Warlingham, Surrey 

Harrison and Ward. 
1722 — King's College School, 

Wimbledon : view of front 

Banister Fletcher and Sons. 
1723 — "The old house at home," 

Droylsden Mee and Jennison. 

1724 — Design for the Hall of a 

Country House Gervase Bailey. 

1725 — House, Weymouth Park, Walton- 

on-Thames . . . . Niven and Wiggles worth. 
1726 — House at Willenhall Park, 

Barnet George D. Martin. 

1727 — St. Stephen's National 

Schools : north front, showing 

new extension and additional 

story Arthur T. Bolton. 

1728 — House at Hendon George Hornblower. 

1729 — Design for Proposed Church 

of St. Edward, Barnsley, 

Yorkshire Harold C. Trinnell. 

1730 — Competitive Design for 

Church at Barnsley.. Charles A. Nicholson. 
1731 — Design for Facade of a 

Military Museum . . . . John E. Spain. 
1732 — Plumstead Municipal Build- 
ings and Public Library : 

second premiated design Hall, Cooper, and Davis. 
1733 — The Grange, Totteridge.. Charles A. Nicholson. 



igoo.] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 101 

1734 — A Herefordshire House and 

Garden Thomas H. Mawson. 

1735 — Bungalow Hall, Altrincham .. He7iry Goldsmith. 

1736 — Terrace and Pavilion for a 

Staffordshire Garden Thomas H. Mawson. 

1737 — Design for Hill-Side Garden, 

Windermere Thomas H. Mawson. 

1738 — Design for Grille and Car- 
touche in Wrought Iron 

Frederick C. Tilney. 

1739 — Design for Stained Glass 

Window : " St. George " . . George Parlby. 

1740 — Proposed new Club-House 
for the Wingham Golf 
Club Francis W. A. Buckell. 

1 7 41 — Study for a Pulpit .. .. Cyril E. Power. 

1742 — Town Hall, Clitheroe Briggs and Wolstenhohne. 

1743 — Design for refitting Mission 

Church at Walworth Charles A. Nicholson. 

1744 — House at Pinner .. .. Edward B. Wetenhall. 

1745 — Edge Hill, Limpsfield .. .. Arthur Kee?i. 

1746 — St. John the Baptist: design 

for stained glass George Parlby. 

1747 — 53, Maddox Street, W. .. Harrison and Ward. 

1748 — Parr's Bank, Limited : new 
building, Castle Street, Liver- 
pool R. N. Shaw, R.A., Willink, and Thicknesse. 

1749 — Chancel Fittings: Chester Charles A. Nicholson. 



io2 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1900. 

1750 — Free Library and Technical 

Schools, Leamington : pre- 

miated design John E. Newberry. 

1 75 1 — Design for Stained Glass 

Window : " Moses at the 

Burning Bush " William Aikman. 

1752 — Proposed Clock-Tower, York- 
shire Edgar Wood. 

1753 — Crown on Tower of Church 

at Belmont Bridge, Glasgow John J. Stroenson. 
1754 — Design for a Chapter-House Percy E. Newton. 
1755 — The Library, Westbrook Hall 

Charles A. Nicholson. 
1756 — House at Cobham: the hall M. H. Baillie Scott. 
1757 — Drawing-Room Mantelpiece George M. Ellwood. 
1758 — House at Richmond .. .. Walter R. Jaggard. 
1759 — Windows in Inglenook at 

Sarita, Nethersole Gardens, 

Finchley Road Arthur A. Orr. 

1760 — Designs for Urban District 

Council's Offices in a Small 

Country Town '. Harold Falkner. 

1761 — Design for Sideboard .. .. Edward 0. Clark. 
1762 — Designs for Furniture.. .. Edward 0. Clark. 
1763 — The Roxeth Schools, Harrow- 

on-the-Hill Arnold Mitchell. 

1764 — Science and Art Schools, 

Leamington . . . . C. E. Mallows and Grocock. 



1900.] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 103 

1765 — Design for a church at 

Exeter Hubert C. Corlette. 

1766 — Building for Lloyd's Register 

of Shipping: corner of building Thomas E.Collcutt. 
1 767 — Business Premises, Kingston-on- 

Thames J. T. Wimperis and Arber. 

1768 — New Public Library, Forest 

Hill : exterior Alexander R. Hennell. 

1769 — Design for Church and 

Vicarage, Barnsley, Yorkshire Hubert C. Corlette. 
1770 — The Steep-House, Keswick .. W. H. Ward. 
1 771 — Billiard-Room, 8, Wedderburn 

Road, N.W A. H. Belcher. 

1772 — King's College School, Wimble- 
don Common . . . . Banister Fletcher and Sons. 
1773 — House at Dean Row, Cheshire Mee and 'Jamison, 
1774 — House, Edgerton, Huddersfield Edgar Wood. 
1775— Studies for Wall-Papers .. Rupert C. Austin. 
1776 — Parochial Institute, Outwood 

Butler ■, Wilson, and Ogles by. 
1777 — Design for Block-Printed 

Chintz : " Spring " . . H. Gertrude Hildesheim. 
1778 — New Church, Sledmere Park, 

Yorkshire Temple Moore. 

1779 — Design for Overmantel and 

its Decoration Joseph Ogden. 

1780 — Building for Lloyd's Register 

of Shipping, Fenchurch Street 

Thomas E. Collcuit. 



104 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1900. 

1 78 1 — Building for Lloyd's Register 

of Shipping Thomas E. Collcutt. 

1782 — Printing Premises, Cornwall 

Street, Birmingham . . Bateman and Bateman. 

1783 — Sand Hill Close, Hitchin, Herts 

Thomas G. Lucas. 

1784 — Design for Dining-Room Deco- 
ration Charles J. C. Pawky. 

1785 — New Shop-Front, 94, Park Street, 

N.W Arthur H. Belcher. 

1786 — Pulpit for New Parish Church 

of St. Stephens', Bexhill . . Henry Ward. 

1787 — Manchester Warehouse, Can- 
non Street, Birmingham . . Bateman and Bateman. 

1788 — Ocean Insurance Corpora- 
tion Buildings H.\ H/ntly- Gordon. 

1789 — All Saints' Convent, Colney 
Chapel, St. Albans : entrance 
tower Leonard Stokes. 

1790 — Frithwood House, Northwood 

Mervyn E. Macartney. 

1791 — A House by the Sea .. .. Arthur Stmtton. 

1792 — Design for Stained Glass 

Window Arthur C. Lovers. 

1793 — Stained Glass Window, Chefoo, 

China Arthur C. Lovers. 

1794 — Bristol Tramways, Brislington 

Depot W. Curtis Green. 



i 9 oo.] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 105 

1795 — House at Headley Hill, 

Hants Arthur C. Blovifield. 

1796 — Ickleton Grange .. .. Charles A. Nicholson. 

1797 — Welder's, Chalfont St. Peter's, 

Bucks Mervyn E. Macartney. 

1798 — Competitive Design for a 

Public Building . . . . Mervyn E. Macartney. 

1799 — First Half of a Frieze of 

Attic Months John S. Babb. 

1800 — House at Cley, Norfolk 

E. G. Dawber and Whitwell. 

1801 — Design for a Country House George J. J. Lacy. 

1802 — Bradfield College: new 

boarders' house . . . . Mervyn E. Macartney. 

1803 — Design for Public School 

Buildings John S. Lee. 

1804 — House at Windermere: en- 
trance front M. H. Bailie Scott. 

1805 — Two Houses at Godalming, 

Surrey W. H. Seth-Smith. 

1806 — Tourelle, Halifax . . Butler ; Wilson, and Oglesby. 

1807 — Competitive Design for Muni- 
cipal Buildings, Plumstead 

Ardron, Dawson, and Howell. 

1808 — Rood-Loft and Screen, Bark- 

ston Church, Lincolnshire . . Harold Bailey. 

1809 — Homeside, Wimbledon Common Edward J.May. 

1 810 — Free Library, Wolverhampton Henry T. Hare. 



106 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1900. 

181 1 — Chateau Mauricien, Wimereux John Belcher, A. 

181 2 — New Church of St. Mark, 
Plumstead, with institute, parish 
hall and parsonage . . . . Charles H. M. Mileham . 

1 813 — Design for a Stained Glass 

Window John D. Forsyth. 

1 81 4 — Bamborough, Sheepcote Road, 

Harrow-on-the Hill . . . . Lio?iel Barrett. 

181 5 — Design for a Stained Glass 

Window Robert J. Singles. 

1 81 6 — Design for Cartwright Me- 
morial Hall, Lister Hall, 
Bradford H. Cheston and J. C. Perkin. 

181 7 — Interior of Moot Hall, Col- 
chester Town Hall John Belcher, A. 

1818 — New Building for the 
Eastern Telegraph Com- 
pany : portion of facade . . John Belcher, A. 

1 81 9 — Second Half of a Frieze of 

Attic Months John S. Babb. 

1820 — Church of St. George, Ford- 

ington, Dorset William D. Car'oe. 

1 82 1 — New Building for the 
Eastern Telegraph Com- 
pany : elevation in Finsbury 
Pavement John Belcher, A. 

T822 — St. Edith's Church, Anwick, 

Lincolnshire . . A. W. Bre7vill and B. E. Baily. 

1823 — House at Northwood Park Heron and Bellairs. 



i 9 oo.] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 107 

1824 — Font-Cover for Grantham 

Parish Church Walter J. Tapper. 

1825 — Design Submitted for the Re- 
building OF THE WESLEYAN 
Centenary Hall, Bishops- 
gate, E.C Banister Fletcher and Sons. 

1826 — House at Shelford . . . . George H. Shackle. 

1827 — House in Sloane Street, S.W. 

R. Gardner Hammo7id. 

1828 — Bristol tramways power- 
station W. Curtis Green. 

1829 — St. Stephen's National 
Schools : south front, showing 
boys' and girls' staircases, and 
view of head of girls' stairs 
inside Arthur T. Bolton. 

1830 — Bungalow, Adelaide, S. Australia 

W. H. Atkiu Berry. 

1 83 1 — Design for a Clock-Tower .. Herbert Raine. 

1832 — Study for a Street Front, in 

glass mosaic and faience . . Beresford Pite. 

1833 — Competitive Design for 
Church at Sparkbrook, 
Birmingham Mervym E. Macart?iey. 

1834 — New Tower, St. Michael's, 

Bournemouth J. Oldrid Scott. 

1835 — House at Letchmore Heath W. Campbell Jones. 

1836 — House at Tunbridge Wells W. Campbell Jones. 



io8 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1900. 

1837 — Four Houses, Harrogate . . .. Bland and Bow?i. 
1838 — Binton Barn, near Farnham Paxton H. Watson. 
1839 — New Lych-Gate, Huish Episcopi, 

Somerset Rowla?id W. Paul. 

1840 — 38, 39, Cheyne Walk, S.W. .. C. R. Ashbee. 

1 841— East Window, St. Lawrence's 

Church, Morecambe . . . . Shrigley and Hunt. 
1842 — Screen in Wrought Iron .. John J. Shaw. 

1843 — A Modern Country House in 

the i 8th Century Manner Walter Cave. 

1 844 — Window, Gloucester Cathedral 

Christopher W. Whall. 
1845 — Piper's Hill, Byfleet, Surrey.. 

Niven and Wigglesworth. 
1846 — Municipal Buildings and Free 

Library, Plumstead 

Russell, Mallows', 'and Groeock. 
1847 — Additions to a House in 

Hertfordshire Roland W. Paul. 

1848 — House near Hythe .. .. James A. Mint y. 
1849 — Design for Stained Glass 

Window: "The Adoration of 

the Magi " Celia Spurting. 

1850 — Proposed new Public Baths 

for the Borough of St. 

Pancras R. Stephen Ayling. 

185 1 — Design for a Stained Glass 

Window : " The Sojourn in 

Egypt " Celia Spurting. 



i 9 oo.] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 109 

1852 — Summer-House at End of 

Garden Walk . . . . Thomas H. Mawson. 
1853 — Design for a Decorative 

Panel Oswald Fleuss. 

1854 — New Parish Church of St. 

Stephen, Bexhill Henry Ward. 

1855 — Branksome, Buxton : entrance 

front Huon A. Matear. 

1856 — Additions to Balcombe Place: 

garden front Gerald C. Horsley. 

1857 — Design for Stabling .. Edgar S. Underwood, 
1858 — Wellingborough Cottage 

Hospital Sharma?i and Archer. 

1859 — Bath-Room, in tiles and mosaic Charles H. Temple. 
i860 — The Music-Gallery, Balcombe 

Place, Sussex Gerald C. Horsley, 

1 86 1 — Architectural Studies . . .. Jan Kotera. 
1862 — Architectural Studies . . .. Jan Kotera. 
1863 — Glen Falcon, Isle of Man : the 

dining-room M. H. Baillie Scott. 

1864 — Design for a Grammar-School H Inigo Triggs. 
1865 — South Lytchett Manor, Dorset William D. Carb'e, 
1866 — Royal College of Science, 

Imperial Institute Road, South 

Kensington Aston Webb, A. 

1867 — Design for a Town at the 

Entrance of the Proposed 

Submarine Channel Tunnel Jan Kotera. 



no ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1900. 

1868 — Design for the Dartford 

Board Schools Arnold Mitchell. 

1869 — The White House, Helensburgh : 

the hall M.H. Baillie Scott. 

1870 — House at Crowborough : the 

dining-room M. H. Baillie Scott. 

187 1 — Entrance Front : London 

Road, Newark A. W. Brewill and B. E. Baily. 
1872 — Proposed Ceiling for Concert 

Hall James M. Boekbinder. 

1873 — A Roman Fantasy Jan Kotera. 

1874 — " Ramsay Arms," Fettercairn, N.B. 

T. Martin Cappon. 
1875 — Competitive Design for Cart- 
wright Memorial Hall . . H. H. Slatham. 
1876 — Porch at Halifax .. Butler, Wilson, and Oglesby. 
1877 — "Ye Angel Hotel," Ilford, 

Essex Horace M. Wakley. 

1878 — House near Gibraltar: part 

elevation Ralph S. Wornum. 

1879— Wind vlea, Horsforth, Yorkshire Frederick Musto. 

1880— A House, 1899 Arthur C. Martin. 

1881 — New Government Offices: 

the Circular Court John M. Brydon. 

1882 — Hill Crest, overlooking Rye, 

Sussex Philip Tree 

1883 — The Priory, Steyning .. .. Frank Foster. 
1884 — Rookery, Harpenden, Herts .. Percival C. Bloiu. 



1900.] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. in 

1885 — Memorial to the late Lord 

Hillingdon Ambrose M. Poynter. 

1886 — Headland Cottage, Limpsfield Arthur Keen. 
1 Z% 7 — Sketch Designs for Tapestries Alfred Carpenter. 
1888 — An Entrance Lodge .. .. H. Inigo Triggs. 
1889 — Episcopal Palace, Bristol . . William D. Car'de. 
1890 — New Building for the Eastern 

Telegraph Company : view 

of main entrance John Belcher, A. 

1 89 1 — Part of New Infirmary, 

Sheffield Edward W. Mountford. 

1892 — New Town Hall, Hitchin, 

Herts . . . . E. W. Mountford and G. Lucas. 
1893 — St. Stephen's National 

Schools : interior and exterior 

sketches of new work . . . . Arthur T. Bolton. 
1894 — House at St. Ann's-on-Sea .. Mee and Jennison. 
1895 — Proposed Wrought-Iron Gates A. Harold Smith. 
1896 — A White House, Welwyn Granville E. S. Streatfield. 
1897 — Penshurst Village Club . .Maxwell M. Smith. 
1898 — Building, 59, Bath Street, 

Glasgow Thomas L. Watson. 

1899 — House at Moniaive, Dumfries- 
shire W. West Neve. 

1900 — Garden Front of House in 

Rosecroft Avenue, Hamp- 

stead, N.W Charles H. B. Quennell 

1 90 1 — New Hospital and Nurses' 

Home, Frome, Somerset B. Vaughan Johnson. 



ii2 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1900. 

1902 — Ingle in Dining-Room, Danes- 
ford, Bridgnorth Thomas E. Pryce. 

1903 — New Rectory, Harston, Leices- 
tershire .. W. He?iry Ward. 

1904 — House at Brooklands, Cheshire Mee and Jamison. 

1905 — Design for a Fireplace .. Herbert Rai?ie. 

1906 — Design for Stained Glass 

Window Arthur C. Layers. 

1907 — Stranger's Corner, Farnham, 

Surrey Harold Falkner. 

1908 — House near Cambridge.. .. Horace Field. 

1909 — Model of Inner Hall of a 

Country Mansion . . . . William Young. 

1 910 — Model of a Cottage .. .. Lionel F. Crane. 

1 91 1 — Model of Rushmere Lodge, 

near Ipswich Charles Spooner. 

1912 — Design for the Mosaic Deco- 
ration of Pendentive : " St. 
Matthew " George Murray. 



i9oo.] ( H3 ) 



CENTRAL HALL. 

SCULPTURE— (Nos. 1913-1939). 

1 913 — The Devotion of ^Eneas — 

group S. Nicholson Babb. 

19 1 4 — In Memoriam — group, marble .. Margaret M. Giles. 
" He shall give his angels charge over thee." 

191 5 — Sir Sydney; yWATERLOw, Bart. 

Model of statue to be erected in 

Water low Park, Highgate Frank M. Taubman. 
191 6 — The Broken | Bow — statue . . Herbert Hampton. 
1917 — A Royal Hunter — group, 

bronze Cecil Brown. 

1 91 8 — Thomas E. Collcutt, Esq. — 

bust, bronze F. Lynn Jenkins. 

1919 — E. Borough Johnson, Esq. — 

head Paul R. Montford. 

1920 — Terminal to Carry a Lamp — 

oak Mark Rogers, jun. 

1 92 1 — Hermes — statuette John Hughes. 

1922 — Alderman John Harrison — 

statue Henry C. Fehr. 

1923 — "Now I'm a Fairy" .. .. Mary Pow nail. 



114 CENTRAL HALL. [1900. 

1924 — The Pride of Old England 

— group HP. Hope-Pinker. 

1925 — Captain Pavy — bust, bronze . .D. Arthur Thomas. 
1926 — The Lord Overtoun — bust, 

bronze F. Derwent Wood. 

1927 — Death — group George E. Wade. 

1928 — Geraldine — bust .. ..L. Gwendolen Williams. 
1929 — Robert Blake, Admiral and 

General of the Forces of 

Great Britain — statue, bronze 

Frederick W. Pomeroy. 

1930 — Mrs. Goff — bust Bertha L. Goff. 

1 93 1 — At the Gates of the Past — 

bronze relief Esther M. Moore. 

1932 — My Father — bust Arthur C. White. 

1933 — Alex. J. Hodge, Esq. — bust .. Albert H. Hodge. 
1934 — The Kiss of Time : fragment 

of a tomb — group F. Derwent Wood. 

1935 — The Crown of Love — group.. Willia?n P. Colton. 

" Though Heaven be near, I'm weary and would rest : 
My comfort, joy — all whom I love the best — 
Are of the earth. My soul's ideal, farewell ! 
Flesh is too frail to follow more the quest." 

1936 — Honor, daughter of C. Fitzroy 

Doce, Esq. — statue . . . . Henry C. Fehr. 
1937 — ^Eneas Leaving Troy — group Mortimer J. Brown. 
1938 — Puma and Macaw — group ..Joh?iM. Swan, A. 
1939 — The late Professor Huxley 

E. Onslow Ford, R.A. 



1900.] ( ii5 



LECTURE ROOM. 



SCULPTURE— (Nos. 1940-2056). 



1940 — A Little Peasant .. L. Gwendolen Williams. 
1 941 — "At a solemn music" — relief.. Arthur C. White. 
1942 — Dead Indian — group, bronze Gutzow M. Boi'glum, 

1943 — Panel Ruby Levick. 

1944 — Study of a Head— bronze .. John Tweed. 

1945 — Elf-Babes . . . . Paul R. Montford. 

1946 — Part of a Design for a 

Fountain Mary Swainson. 

1947 AEOLUS RULING THE FOUR 

Winds Edward G. Bramweh. 

1948 — W. Lees McClure, Esq. — me- 
dallion, bronze . . . . J. Crosland McClure. 

1949 — Pansy — bust Kate Tizard. 

1950 — J. Hugh Thomson, Esq. — relief 

Charles J. Pibworth. 
1 95 1 — St. Agnes' Eve — statuette .. Florence Parkinson. 
1952 — Hand-mirror — silver .. .. Flore?ice H. Steele. 
1953 — Man's Head — bronze .. .. F. Derwent Wood. 
1954 — Maxime — relief Charles J. Pibworth. 



n6 LECTURE ROOM. [1900. 

1955 — The Very Rev. Canon Joseph 

McGrath — bust, bronze . .Joseph S. M. Carre. 

1956 — Case of Medals — silver .. George W. De Sauttes. 

1957 — An Aruimi Type — head, bronze Herbert Ward. 

1958 — A Sentinel — head, bronze . .Andrea C. Lucchesi. 

1959 — Hagar — statuette, marble . . .. Albert Toft. 

i960 — Lord Avebury — bust .. .. Kathleen Shaw. 

1961 — Out of Reach — group ..L. Gwendole?i Williams. 

1962 — W. Rathbone, Esq. : medal for 
Engineering, University Col- 
lege, Liverpool, obverse and 
reverse — bronze Charles J. Allen. 

1963 — Field-Marshal Lord Roberts 
of Kandahar, V.C., &<:.■ — 
bust, bronze Albert Bruce-Joy. 

1964 — The Myrtle's Altar — statue, 

bronze A?idrea C. Lucchesi. 

1965 — Reverie — statuette, bronze William J. McLean. 

1966 — S. Roberts, Esq., Lord Mayor 

of Sheffield — bust, marble E. Onslow Ford, R.A. 

1967 — Thoby, son of Val. Prinsep, 

Esq., R.A.' — head, bronze Alfred Gilbert, R.A. 

1968 — Fisherman Hauling in a Net 

■ — group Ruby Lei'ick. 

1 969 — In Memoriam : portion of me- 
morial to Horace Lot Bragg — 
relief A. Stanley Young. 

1970 — Lamia — bust, ivory and bronze 

George J. Frampton, A. 



1900.] LECTURE ROOM. 117 

197 1 — Art's Fortune — statuette . . Lillian M. Morris. 
1972 — E. M. P. Fisher, Esq. — head, 

bronze George J. Frampton, A. 

1973 — J. Pickering Pick, Esq., 

F.R.C.S.— bust, marble . . Thomas Brock, R.A. 
1974 — "Anemone," the wind-flower — 

statuette George Simonds. 

1975 — ^Eneas Fleeing from Troy — 

group Gilbert Bayes. 

1976 — G. Agnew, Esq. — bust, bronze 

E. Onslow Ford, R.A. 
1977 — Miss Rube — bust, marble .. George E. Wade. 
1978 — Mrs. Rose Clarke Hartwell 

— bust Charles L. Hartwell. 

1979 — J. A. Grant, Esq. — statuette .. Ed. Lanteri. 

1980 — Dawn — statuette Oliver Sheppard. 

1 98 1 — Jason Ploughing the Acre 

of Mars — relief, metal . . . . Gilbert Bayes. 

1982 — Simplicity — head Honora M. Rigby. 

1983 — The Duchess of Bresali — 

bust, bronze J. Wenlock Rollins. 

1984 — Horace Seymour, Esq., C.B. — 

medallion, bronze . . . . George W. De Saulles, 
1985 — A Wee Woman — head of a child 

Henry A. Pegram. 
1986 — The Hammer - Thrower — 

statuette Ruby Levick 

1987 — Professor M. McHardy — bust Kathleen Shaw. 



n8 LECTURE ROOM. [1900. 

1988 — Field-Marshal Lord Roberts 

of Kandahar, V.C., &c. — 

bust Herbert Hampton. 

1989 — Memorial to the late General 

Sir Henry Ponsonby — relief, 

bronze Countess F. Gleichen. 

1990 — Recumbent Effigy of the late 

Bishop of Wakefield . . J. Nesfield Forsyth. 
1 99 1 — Portrait of a Gentleman — 

bust, bronze Charles L. Hartwell. 

1992 — Lilies — decorative panel .. George C. Beresford. 
1993 — Slaves of the Ring — group .. Cecil Brown. 

1994 — Miss Emery — bust Lillian M. Morris. 

1995 — Decorative panel Flormce H. Steele. 

1996 — Study of a Gnu — wax .. .. H. C. Christie. 
1997 — The Lonely of Heart — bust, 

bronze Mervyn Lawrence. 

1998 — Margery — bust Charles J. Pibworth. 

I999 "A LIGHT OF THE PAST, GIVING 

PLACE FOR LIFE AND LIGHT 

to come " — bas-relief, carved 

wood Thomas H. Kendall. 

2000 — H. M. Symons, Esq. — bust, 

marble Basil Gotto. 

2001 — Lioness and Cub on the alert 

— group, bronze Arthur J. Mills. 

2002 — David Young, Esq. — bust . . Herbert Hampton. 



1900.] LECTURE ROOM. 119 

2003 — Brooch — bronze . . . . J. Crosland McClure. 
2004 — Lewis Waller, Esq., as Brutus 

— bust, bronze . . . . E. Onslow Ford, R. A. 

2005 — Eros — statuette J. Crosland McClure. 

2006 — "Parting is such sweet 

sorrow " — group S. Nicholson Babb. 

2007 — The Children of Gilmour 

Brown, Esq. — relief, beaten 

tin Charles Beacon. 

2008 — Alms-Dish Florence H Steele. 

2009 — Watching and Waiting — 

bronze J.Hanson Walker, jun. 

20T0 — Hemans Medal for Lyrical 
Poetry, University College, 
Liverpool : obverse and re- 
verse — bronze Charles J. Allen. 

201 1 — Victory — sketch for statue /. Crosland McClure. 

2012 — Robert Burns — statuette .. Herbert Hampton. 

2013 — J. Passmore Edwards, Esq. — 

bust, bronze Henry C. Fehr. 

2014 — Fata Morgana — statuette, 

bronze, cire perdu John M. Swan, A. 

2015 — The late Duke of Devon- 
shire, K.G.' — bust. Study for 
colossal bronze statue to be erected 
at Eastbozirne W. Goscombe John, A. 

2016 — The Annunciation — bas-relief John Broad. 

2017 — Impression from the Great 

Seal (seal and counterseal) George W. De Saulles 



i2o LECTURE ROOM. [1900. 

2018 — The Prophetess of Fate — 

bust, bronze Alfred Drury, A. 

2019 — Matthew Maris, Esq. — medal- 
lion John M. Swan, A. 

2020 — Mrs. Henry Cust — bust Alfred Gilbert, R.A. 

2021 — Archbishop Plunket. Sketch 

niodel of a statue to be erected in 

Dublin Hamo Thorneycroft, R.A. 

2022 — The Last Supper. Model of 

altar frontal executed in alabaster 

for Berkhamp stead School Chapel 

George W. I. Wilson. 
2023 — Guinevere and the Nestling 

— statuette W. Reynolds-Stephens. 

"... and after loved it tenderly 

And named it nestling ; so forgot herself 
A moment, and her cares ; . . ." 

Tennyson, ' The Last Tournament.'' 

2024 — The Little Duchess — relief, 

marble Alfred Drury, A. 

2025 — His Grace the Duke of 

Norfolk, K.G. — bust . . E. Onslow Ford, R.A. 
2026 — Music — bas-relief .. .. Septimus A. Bennett. 

2027 — Dr. F. Parkes-Weber, F.R.C.P. 
— plaquette, obverse and re- 
verse, bronze Frank Bowcher. 

2028 — The late William Morris — 

bust, bronze Henry C. Fehr. 

2029 — Wolfram Onslow Ford, Esq. 

— head E. Onslow Ford, R.A. 



iQoo.] LECTURE ROOM. 121 

2030— The Storm-Wave — group .. Paul R. Montford. 
2031 — Models for Wood Panels, 

Drapers' Hall Thomas Carter. 

2032 — Religion. Sketch model of figure 

for a public building . . . . Edith Mary on. 

"Put on the whole armour of God." — Ephesians vi. 11. 

2033 — The Birth of Aphrodite — in 

silver and translucent enamels Alexander Fisher. 
2034 — Ave Maria — coloured wax . . Nelia Casella. 
2035 — Mars — coloured wax . . . . Ella Casella. 
2036 — A Scholar — coloured wax . . Nelia Casella. 
2037 — On Sentry — bronze.. .. Charles L. Hartw ell. 
2038 — Boys Fishing — group . . . . Ruby Levick. 
2039 — George Russell Cockerell, 

Esq. — bust, bronze. . . . George J. Frampton, A. 

2040 — Pumas and Turkey — group . . John H. M. Furse. 

2041 — Portrait of a Girl — relief . . Henry A. Pegra?n. 

2042 — Child with Cat — statuette . . Bertha L. Goff. 

2043 — Cordelia — bust, marble . . . . Honora M. Rigby. 

2044 — The Black Cat — relief, china L'eon V. Solon. 

2045 — The Dragon-Slayer — group . . Gilbert Bayes. 

2046 — \ 

„.„ (Scenes from the Life of a! d ., T ^ & 

204 H Horse \ Bertha L. Goff. 

2040 J 

2049 — C. J. Watson, Esq. — bust . .Arthur G. Walker. 
2050 — "And they were afraid" — 

group Arthur G. Walker. 



122 LECTURE ROOM. [1900. 

2051 — Baptismal Font: in memoriam 

Johannis Botteville Thynne, 

son of the late Marquis of 

Bath Alfred Gilbert, R.A. 

2052 — Psyche and the Casket of 

Venus — statue Horace Montford. 

2053 — Tomb of the late Lord 

Leighton, P. R.A. To be 

executed in bronze a?id marble, 

and placed in St. Paul's 

Cathedral Thomas Brock, R.A. 

2054 — The Spearman — statue . . . . Fred. W. Pomeroy. 
2055 — Effigy of the late Dean 

Vaughan — marble. To be 

placed in Llandajf Cathedral W. Goscombe John, A. 
2056 — Fortune — statue Henry A. Pegram. 



In the Quadrangle. 

2057 — The late Maharajah of 

Mysore E. Onslow Ford, R.A. 



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i9oo.] ( 123 



LIST OF THE EXHIBITORS, 1900, 

WITH THEIR ADDRESSES. 



*** The Figures at the end of the Exhibit its' Names and Addresses refer 
to the corresponding Numbers in the Catalogue. 



ABBEY, E. A., R.A., Chelsea House, Tite-street, Chelsea," and 

Morgan Hall. Fairford, Gloucestershire — 5, 96, 147 
ALMA-TADEMA, Sir L., R.A., 17, Grove-end-road, N.W.— 226 
Ackermann, G., 25, Belsize-crescent, Hampstead, N.W. — 27 
Acret, J. F., 43, Rosslyn-hill, Hampstead — 1438, 1457 
Adams, C. J., 54, Station-road, Horsham, Sussex — 1238, 1271, 1350 
Adams, D., 7, James-street, Haymarket, S.W. — 118, 665, 730 
Adams, H. W., The Studio, Bierpoint-street, Worcester — 538 
Adams, J. C, Ewhurst-hill, Guildford— 280 

Adams, J. T., St. Swithin's Manor, Bark-road, Sutton — 699, 767 
Adams, W. D., Dorchester, Wallingford — 293 
Adeney, W. B., The Brelude, Coleman's Hatch, Hartfield, Tunbridge 

Wells — 229 
Affleck, W., 2, Leppoc-road, Clapham-park, S.W. — 1168, 121 1, 

1220, 1232 
Aikman, W., 14, Burghley-road, Hornsey, X. — 1711, 1751 
Albert, A. (Mrs. M.), 28, Alexandra-street, Westbourne-gardens, W. 

—516, 417, 977 
Alford, L. L., 13, Sasson-road, Freemantle, Southampton — 161 1 
Allen, C. J., University College, Liverpool — 1962, 20 10 
Allen, R. W., 62, Buckingham-gate, S.W. — 680, 961 
Allen, T. W., Greencroft, Milford, Surrey — 753, 790 
Allport, C. L. (Miss), 3, Fulham Studios, 454A, Fulham-road, S.W. 

—510, 511, 512 
Alma-Tadema, A. (Miss), 17, Grove-end-road, N.W. — 697 
Althaus, F., 10, Mont le Grand, Exeter — 343, 1121 



124 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Anderson, C. G., Oratory Studios, 16, Fulham-road, S.W. — 2 
Appleyard, F., 18, Kensington-court-place — 323, 1171 
Archer, J., Haslemere, Surrey — 986 

Ardron, Dawson, and Howell (Messrs.), 6, Old Queen-street, West- 
minster, S.W. — 1807 
Armstrong and Wright (Messrs), 38, Grainger-street W., Newcastle-on- 

Tyne — 1698 
Ashbee, C. R., 37, Cheyne-walk, S.W.— 1840 

Ashton, W., 59, Carlisle-st., Manningham, Bradford, Yorks — 791, 1525 
Aumonier, J., 162, Adelaide-road, N.W. — 222 
Aumonier, L. (Miss), 6, Dartmouth-park-road, N.W. — 864 
Austen, W. (Miss), 25, Mattock-lane, Ealing, W. — 34, 937 
Austin, R. C., 115, Gower-street, W.C.— 1775 
Ayling, R. S., 19, Old Queen-street, Westminster, S.W. — 1850 

BOUGHTON, G. H., R.A., West House, Campden-hill-road, Ken- 
sington, W. — 186, 350 
BROCK, T., R.A., The Studio, 30, Osnaburgh-street, Regent's-park, 

—1973, 2053 
BELCHER, J., A., 20, Hanover-square, W.— 1811, 1817, 1818, 1821 
BRAMLEY, F., A., Ombersley, Droitwich— 129, 236, 370, 645 
BRETT, J., A., Daisyfield, Putney, S.W.— 743, 862, 865, 883, 890, 904 
Babb, J. S., 12, Albert-square, Clapham-road, S.W. — 1799, 1819 
Babb, S. N., Stamford-bridge Studio, Fulham-rd., S.W. — 1913, 2006 
Bacon, J. H. F., 3, Compayne-gdns., South Hampstead — 24, 302, 1243 
Bagshawe, J. R., 13A, Sumner-pl., Brompton-rd., S.W. — 261, 271, 59S 
Bailey, A. E., Ferncliffe, Dern Gate, Northampton — 71, 430 
Bailey, G., 43, Sinclair-road, West Kensington-park — 1724 
Bailey, H., Holly-place, Mistley, Essex — 1127 
Bailey, H., Newark-on-Trent — 1808 
Baird, N. H. J., Holcombe, Dawlish— 337 
Baker, A. R., Ros-na-kil, Strand-town, Belfast— 1 175, 1334 
Baker, B. (Miss), Sneed-cottage, Whetstone, N. — 1318 
Baker, F. (Mrs. C), Rosses Point, co. Sligo, Ireland— 1 120 
Baldock, C. E., Ivy Cottage, Cropwell Bishop, near Nottingham — 79 
Baldwin, A., Annaly House, Upper Walmer — 1634 
Baldwyn, C. H. C, Stokesaye, Woolhope-road, Worcester — 766, 1251 
Ball, W., The Cottage, Shackelford, Godalming — 128 1 
Bamford, A. B., 30, Compton-road, Highbury, N. — 1347 
Barker, W., The Beeches, Ollerton, Newark— 141, 615, 1039 
Barnard, C. (Mrs. J. L.), The Gate House, West Drayton— 1291 
Barney, A. (Mrs.), 153 Avenue Victor Hugo, Paris — 1131 



i 9 oo.] THE EXHIBITORS. 125 

Barratt, R., North House, Eton-avenue, N.W. — 1219 

Barraud, A., Bushey Heath, Watford — 1342 

Barrett, K. (Miss), 5, Torrington-square, W.C. — 383 

Barrett, L., 23, Sheepcote-road, Harrow — 1814 

Barrow, E. I. (Miss), 22, Belmont-park, Lee, S.E. — 11 74 

Bastida, J. S. y., Pasage de la Alhambra I y 3, Madrid — 258, 536 

Bastin, A. D., Runnymede, Dawn-view-road, West Worthing — 1255 

Bateman and Bateman (Messrs.), 81, Edmund Street, Birmingham — 

1782, 1787 
Bateman, S., 17, South-place, Reading-rd., Henley-on-Thames — 232 
Bauerle, A. (Miss), 59, Craven-park, Willesden, N.W. — 1543, 1556 
Bayes, A. W., 82, Fellows-rd., N.W. — 940, 1532 
Bayes, G., 82, Fellows-road, N.W. —1975, 1981, 2045 
Bayliss, E., The Wood House, Tettenhall, nr. Wolverhampton — 406 
Beach, E. G., 11, Park-hill-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W.— 1116 
Beacon, C, 4, Wentworth Studio, Manresa-road, Chelsea, S.W. — 2007 
Beadle, J. P., 17B, Eldon-road, Kensington, W. — 685 
Beaumont, F., Witchampton, Wimborne — 89 
Beaux, C. (Miss), 17, Nassau-street, W. — 982 
Beckingham, A., 47, Broadhurst-gardens, S. Hampstead — 1002 
Bedford, E. M. (Miss), 92, Boundary-rd., St. John's-wood, N.W — 469 
Belcher, A.H., 8, &g, Martin's-lane,Cannon-st.,E.C. — 1771, 1785, 1890 
Bell, A. G., 4, York-street, Covent Garden, W.C. — 1242, 1244 
Bell, L. H. (Miss) Warwick Studio, South-end, Hampstead — 1503 
Belloc, E. (Miss), 6, Bolton Studios, Redcliffe-road, S.W.— 676 
Benger, W. E., Batheaston, Crowborough, Sussex — 658 
Bennett, F. M., Alipore, Duppas-hill, Croydon — 636 
Bennett, S. A., 9, Fulham-park-gardens, Fulham — 2026 
Bennett, W. B., 138, Albert Cottages, Bushey, Herts — 1096, nil 
Benson, N. (Miss), 78, Kensington-gardens-square, W. — 1483 
Benton, G. B., 3, Burlington House, Summer-row, Birmingham — 

1636, 1643, 1663 
Beresford, G. C, 1, Haverstock-hill, N.W. — 1992 
Berkeley, S., Esher, Surrey — 1055, 1060 

Berry, W. H. A., 23, Old Broad-street, E.C.— 1685, 1702, 1703, 1830 
Betts, Ida (Miss), Abbots Langley, Herts— 1267 
Beves, H. C. (Mrs.), 8, Holly-village, Highgate, N.— 1432 
Bigland, P., 32, Tite-street, Chelsea — 282 
Birch, L., La Pietra, Newlyn, Cornwall — 659 

Bishop, W. F., 16, Welfield-place, Peel-street, Liverpool — 57, 1001 
Blackburne, E. R. I., Tal an vean, Lilliput, Dorset— 648 
Blacklock, W. K., 2, Margaretta-terrace, Chelsea — 135 1 



126 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Bland, E. B. (Miss), 65, Glebe-place, Chelsea— 318 

Bland and Bown (Messrs.), North-park-road, Harrogate — 1837 

Blinks, T., 1, Hill-road, St. John's-wood, N.W.— 39 

Blomfield, A. C, 6, Montagu-place, Baker-street, W.— 1795 

Blomfield, R., New-court, Temple, E.C.— 1708 

Blow, P. C, 7, London-road, St. Albans— 1884 

Boekbinder, J. M., II, Pratt-street, Camden-town, N.W. — 1872 

Bolingbroke, M. (Miss), 19, Girdler's-road, AY. — 1570 

Bolton, A. (Miss), I, Osborne-terrace, Clapham, SAY. — 788, 1893 

Bolton, A. T., 2, The Sanctuary, SAY. —1727, 1829, 1893 

Bond, W. H., 2, Prestonville-road, Brighton — 325 

Bone, M.j 136, Wellington-street, Glasgow — 1533 

Boot, W. H. J., Markeaton, YVell-road, Hampstead, N.W.— 1112 

Borglum, G. M„ Harlestone Villa, Mortimer-road, St. John's-wood, 

NAY. — 1942 
Bothams, AY., Church-fields, Salisbury — 1158 
Bottomley, A., 7, Headingley-lane, Leeds — 702 
Bouguereau, W. A., 75, Rue Notre Dame des Champs, Paris— 297 
Bowcher, F., 35, Fairfax-road, Bedford-park, W. — 2027 
Bowen, A. M. (Miss), 24, Victoria-street, Tenby, South Wales — 352 
Bowen, L. (Miss), 57, Campden-house-road, Kensington — 45 
Bowen, O., Studio, 51, Cookridge-street, Leeds — 35 
Braby, N„ Bushey Lodge, Teddington— 481, 686, 809, 855, 868 
Bradley, G. M. (Miss), 7, Cambridge Mansions, Battersea-park, SAY. 

—1654 
Bramley, W., 58, Montpellier-road, Peckham, S.E. — 235, 1008 
Bramwell, E. G., Studio, Thornton-street, Brixton, SAY. — 1947 
Breakspeare, W. A., 1, The Mall, Parkhill-road, Haverstock-hill, 

XAV.— 740 
Brewill aud Baily (Messrs.), Angel-row, Nottingham — 1822, 1871 
Brewtnall, E. F., 32, Fairfax. road, Bedford-park, W. — 72, 263 
Brickdale, E. F. (Miss), 30, Lansdowne-crescent, Notting-hill — 795, 

1595 
Bridgwater, H. S., Bushey, Herts — 1673 
Briggs and Wolstenholme (Messrs.), Blackburn — 1742 
Briggs, E. E., 102, Fellows-road, N.W. — 1204 
Brinton, E. D. (Miss), 11, Queen's-gardens, Hyde-park, W. — 712 
Broad, J., 50, Westover-road, Wandsworth — 2016 
Brock, C. E., Arundine-house, Madingley-road, Cambridge — 1045 
Brock, W.j Worcester Lodge, 1, Mapesbury-road, Barnsbury, N.W.— 

605 
Brooke, J. W., 32, Basinghall-street, Leeds — 183 



1900.] THE EXHIBITORS. 127 

Brooks, F., 13A, Summer-place, Brompton-road, W. — 389 

Brooks, H. J., 17A, Radnor-place, Hyde-park-square, W. — 87 

Brown, A., Carbis Bay, Lelant, Cornwall — 149, 1017 

Brown, C, 14, St. John's-wood-road, N.W. — 1917, 1993 

Brown, E. (Miss), 4, Anglesea-road, Kingston-on-Thames — 1465 

Brown, E. A., 25 Villiers-road, Hertford, 610 

Brown, H. H., 15, The Avenue, Fulham-road, South Kensington — 

317, 319, 647 
Brown, J. M., Strathairly -street, St. Ronan's-terrace, Edinburgh — 1063 
Brown, M., 32, Great Ormond-street, Queen's-square, W.C. — 958 
Brown, M. J., Clarendon House, South Ealing, W. — 1937 
Browne, A. J. W., Ruan-Minor, R.S.O., Cornwall — 499 
Browne, G., 80, Finchley-road, N.W. — 1260, 1678 
Browne, J. L., Woodbine Cottage, The Vale, Hampstead — 1279, 1349 
Browne, T., Wollaton, Hardy-road, Westcombe-park, Blackheath, 

S.E. — 832, ion, 1159 
Brownscombe, J. (Miss), 12, Haymarket, S.W. — 898 
Bruce-Joy, A., The Studio, Beaumont-road, West Kensington — 1963 
Bruhl, L. B., Triplow, Romford — 1297 
Brutey, R. S., The Croft, Lee-on-the-Solent, Hants — 886 
Bryan, H. D., 38, College-green, Bristol — 1694, 1705 
Brydon, J. M., 77, Newman-street, W. — 1881 
Buchel, C. A., 2, Wychcombe Studios, England's-lane, Haverstock- 

hill, N.W.— 607, 609 
Buckell, F. W. A., 97, Gower-street, W.C— 1740 
Buckingham, E. (Mrs. C. Havers), 51, Earlham-road, Norwich — 1486 
Buckman, P., 8, Portland-place, W. Kensington, W. — 307 
Bucknall, E. P., 9, Lime-hill-road, Tunbridge Wells — 273, 1084, II2 S 
Bundy, E., 5, Adelaide-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W. — 1074 
Burchett, A., 28, Willoughby-road, Hampstead — 349 
Burgess, E. M. (Miss), 18, Addison-road, Walthamstow — 1130 
Burne-Jones, Sir P., Bart., 9, St. Paul's Studios, Hammersmith — -396, 472 
Burridge, F., 6, Blackburn-terrace, Liverpool — 1529 
Burton, A. P., 2A, Joubert's Mansions, Jubilee-place, Chelsea — 251, 

304, 390 
Bush, R. E. J., 5, Camden-terrace, Cotham, Bristol — 1561, 1581 
Bushby, T., Victoria Lodge, Currock, Carlisle — 1208 
Butler, M. A. (Miss), 60, St. George's-square, S.W. — 1329 
Butler, Wilson, and Oglesby (Messrs), 12, East-parade, Leeds — 1776, 

1806, 1876 
Buxton, R. H., Elm Cottage, Wimbledon-common, S.W. — 398 



128 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

COOPER, T. S., R.A., 42, Chepstow-villas, Bayswater, W.— 620, 

626, 631, 632 
CROFTS, E., R.A., Burlington House, Piccadilly, W.— 82 
CLAUSEN, G., A., Widdington, Newport, Essex — 4, 185, 291, 315, 

455, 78o 
COPE, A. S., A., Little Campden House, Gloucester-walk, Kensing- 
ton, W. — 1&2, 194, 197, 262, 496, 591 
CROWE, E., A., 27, Charlotte-street, Portland-place— 613, 894 
Cafe, T. W., 46, Clifton-hill, St. John's-wood, N.W.— 716 
Caffieri, H., 30, Great Russell-street, W.C. — 1154 
Calthorp, D. C, 64, Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-square — 405 
Calvert, F., 39A, Queen's-square, Bloomsbury, W.C. — 1252 
Cameron, D., 149, Warrender-park-road, Edinburgh — 58 
Cameron, M. (Miss), II, Melville-place, Edinburgh — 960 
Canziani, L. S. (Mde.), 3, Palace-green, Kensington, W. — in 
Cappon, T. M., 30, Reform-street, Dundee — 1874 
Cardon, C, I, Camden Studios, Camden-street, N.W. — 429, 706 
Caroe, W. D., 8a, Whitehall-place, S.W.— 1820, 1865, 1889 
Carpenter, A., Hogarth Studio, 64 Charlotte-st., Fitzroy-sq., W. — 1887 
Carre, J. S. M., 66, Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W.— 1955 
Carter, F. T., 18, Nuns-street, Newcastle-on-Tyne — 357, 981 
Carter, F. W., 12, Clarendon-road, Holland-park, W. — 131 
Carter, H., 12, Clarendon-road, Holland-park, W. — 896 
Carter, T., 63, Westminster-bridge-road, S.W. — 2031 
Cartlidge, G., 14, Snow Hill, Hanley, Staffs. — 994 
Casella, E. (Miss), I, Wetherby-road, S.W. —2035 
Casella, N. (Miss), I, Wetherby-road, S.W. — 2034, 2036 
Catlow, G. S., The Studio, Market-place, Leicester — 1184 
Cauty, H. H., 24, Victoria-road, Sutton — 945 
Cave, W., 8, Old Burlington-street, W.— 1843 
Chadwick, E. A., Hampton-in-Arden, Birmingham — 131 2 
Chambers, N. (Mrs.), Currabinny, Epsom — 1436 
Charles, J., East Ashling House, Chichester — 618, 1053 
Charlesworth, A. (Miss), Nuffield, Surrey — 1266, 1285 
Charlton, E. M. (Mrs. J.), Hewelsfield, The Grange, Gunnersbury, W. 

—1462, 1471 
Charlton, J., 6, William-street, Albert-gate, S.W. — 956 
Cheston, H., and J. C. Perkin (Messrs.), 5, Union-court, Old Broad- 
street, E.C.— 1816 
Chettle, E. M. (Miss), Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire — 1235 
Christian, C. L. (Miss), 38, Cheyne-walk, Chelsea — 347, 410 
Christie, H. C, St. Alban's, Caterham Valley — 1996 
Christie, J. E., 181, King's-road, Chelsea — 104, 565 



1900.] THE EXHIBITORS. 129 

Clacy, E. (Miss), 39, Fitzroy-road, Primrose-hill, N.W. — 345 

Clark, C, 14, Jubilee-place, Chelsea, S.W. — 1645 

Clark, E. O., 76, Finsbury-pavement, E.C. — 1761, 1762 

Clark, E. P. (Miss), 9, Queen Anne's-gardens, Bedford-park, 

C his wick — 127 
Clark, James, 10, Victoria-grove, Fulham-road, S.W. — 38 
Clark, Joseph, Wendouree, Pinner-road, Harrow — 601, 704 
Clark, J. W., Westoe-road, South Shields — 1309 
Clifford, H. C., 57, Addison-gardens, Kensington, W. — 490 
Clink, E. L. (Miss), c/o Reeves and Son, High-street, Kensington — 

1485, 1492 
Cockerell, S. P., 35, Phillimore-gardens, W. — 404 
Cockram, G., Rhos Neigr, Ty Croes, Anglesea — 1206, 1245 
Cohen, E. G. (Miss), 15, St. Loo-mansions, Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, 

S.W. —305 
Cohen, M. A. (Miss), 18, Tregunter-road, The Boltons, S.W. —173, 

265, 462 
Cole, H., 15, Nicholson-road, Walthamstow, E. — 1590 
Cole, R. V., 9, Campden-hill-square, W. — 439 
Collcutt, T. E., 36, Bloomsbury-square, W.C. — 1766, 1780, 1781 
Collier (Hon. J.), North House, Eton-avenue, N.W. — 17, 419, 957 
Collins, C, 15, Arundel-road, Dorking — 418, 461, 828 
Collyer, K. W. (Miss), The Fosse, Leicester — -1474 
Collyer, M. (Miss), Tedworth Studios, Smith-terr., Chelsea, S.W. — 448 
Colton, W. R., Eaton Studio, Eaton-terrace, St. John's-wood — 1935 
Comfort, A., 227, Hyde-park-road, Leeds — 1534, 1667 
Conder, L. (Miss), Warwick Studio, South-end, Hampstead — 1434 
Connard, P., 23, Musgrave-crescent, Fulham, S.W. — 1628, 1650, 1665 
Constant, R., 27, Rue Pigalle, Paris — 1035, 1041 
Cook, E. W., 20, Fairlawn-park, Chiswick, W. — 1302 
Cook, H. M., Corrie, Isle of Arran, via Ardrossan, Scotland — 120 
Cook, N. E. (Miss), 60, Alexandra-rd., South Hampstead, N. W.— 1388 
Cooke, A. C, Steele's Studios, Haverstock-hill, N.W.— 216 
Cooke, I., Kirkstone, Liscard-park, Liscard, Cheshire — 1 178 
Cooke, J., 2, Trafalgar Studios, Manresa-rd., Chelsea — 203 
Cooke, W. C., 21, Mead's-rd., Westbury Avenue, Wood-gr., N. — 827 
Cookesley, M. M. (Mrs.), 7, Cromwell-place, S.W. — 914, 975 
Coop, H., Conway, North Wales — 1228 
Cooper, A. W., 4, Manor-road, Twickenham — 1605 
Copping, H., 30, Montague-road, Hornsey, N. — 1608 
Corbet, E. (Mrs. M.R.), 54, Circus-road, St. Johns- wood— 502, 770, 835 

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130 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Corbet, M. R., 54, Circus-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 979 
Corlette, H. C, 2, New-square, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. — 1765, 1769 
Cormack, M. (Mrs), 6, Pomona House Studio, New King's-road, 

Fulham-road, SAY. — 718, 720 
Cornish, W. P., 16, Grand-parade, Finchley-road, NAY. — 1207 
Cotman, F. G., Arts Club, 40, Dover-street, Piccadilly, W. — 727, 736, 

741, 764. 
Coutts, H., Hammerbank, Windermere — 1123, 1199 
Cowieson, A. M. (Miss), Rose-cottage, Duddington, Edinburgh — 724 
Cowper, F. C, 38, Barrow-hill-road, St. John's-wood, NAY.— -614, 

745. 1597 
Cowper, G. T. (Miss), 190, Gloucester-terrace, Hyde-park — 1460 
Cowper, T., 7, King Edward's-road, Hackney — 253, 474. 
Cox, L. C, Oakfield, St. James'-road, Tunbridge-wells — 657 
Craig, F., 26, Willow-road, Hampstead, NAY. — 1619 
Crane, L. F., 13, Holland-street, Kensington, W. — 1910. 
Crane, T., 7, Coleridge-road, Crouch-end, N. — 1296 
Crick, M., 4, Chester-place, Norwich — 1609 
Cridland, H. (Miss), 3, Sparrows Heme, Bushey, Herts — 132 
Crocket, H. E., 112, Torriano-avenue, N.W. — 1651 
Cullen, F., Latchmoor, Gerrards-cross, Slough — 1429, 1501 
Cnndy, A. L. (Miss), 104, Abbey-road, N.W. — 1439 
Cuneo,C.,9, Rue Campagne Premiere, Paris, Montparnasse — 1579,1594 
Cutler, T. W., 5, Queen's-square, Bloomsbury, W.C. — 1684 

DAVIS, H. W. B., R.A., Glaslyn, Rhayader, Radnor— 16, 122, 227, 

8l °> 933 
DICKSEE, F., R.A., 3, Greville-place, Maida-vale, W.— 167 
DRURY, A., A., 6, Gunter-grove, Chelsea, SAY.— 2018, 2034 
Da Costa, J., 9, Sussex-villas, Kensington, W. — 134, 237 
Daffarn, W. G., 14, Campden-hill-square, W. — 943 
Dakin, J., Gleenlee, Marmora-road, Honor Oak, S.E. — 1146 
Dalgliesh, T. E, 9, Claremont-road, Folkestone — 1625 
Dallmeyer, R. (Miss), c/o General Thomas, C.B., 25. Eldon-road, 

Kensington, W. — 901 
Dalziel, O., Wooler House, Beltinge Road, Heme Bay— 936 
Davidson, W. R., 28, Victoria-street, SAY. — 1682 
Davis, J. B., 8, Cotleigh-road, West Hampstead, NAY.— 563 
Davis, L., 49, South-hill-park, Hampstead — 1275 
Davis, S. G., 1, Queen's-road Studios, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 771 
Davis, V., 5, Langham Chambers, Portland-place, W. — 74, 907 
Davison, M. D. (Miss), Eyot Cottage, Chiswick — 1392, 1393, 1394, 1395 



£9 oo.] THE EXHIBITORS. 131 

Davison, T., 28, Great Ormond-street, W.C. — 1687, 1695 

Dawber, E. G., and Whitwell (Messrs.), 22, Buckingham -street, Adelphi, 

W.C.— 1800 
Dawson, R. A., 63, New King's-road, Fulham — 1165, 1357 
De Lacy, J. C, Sunnydale, 32, Westwell-road, Streatham-common, 

S.W.— 1632 
De Saulles, G. W., 31, Fairfax-road, Bedford-park, W. — 1956, 1984, 

2017 
Dean, F., Tennyson Villa, Tennyson-road, Harpenden — 414, 695 
Deanes, E., 7, Dilke-street, Chelsea-embankment — 1 52 1 
Dearie, J. H., The Retreat, Pirbright, Surrey— 582, 1167 
Dell, H. L., Onslow Studios, 183, King's-road, Chelsea — 1052 
De Ville, V., Compton, near Wolverhampton — 786, 863 
Dick, R. T., Cliff Castle Cottage, Newlyn, Cornwall— 368 
Dicksee, H., Oak House, Kidderpore-avenue, Hampstead — 1548, 1564, 

1578 
Dicksee, J. R., Sherpore House, Platt's-lane, Hampstead, N.W. — 693 
Dickson, W., Tadley, Basingstoke — 643 
Dixon, A. A., 4, Gatcombe-road, Tufnell-park, N. — 344 
Dixon, H., Shoreham, Sevenoaks — 1103 
Dixon, P., Trevena, Bournemouth — 1 143 
Dobie, J., 10, Grazebrook-road, Stoke Newington, N. — 1568 
Dobson, A., The Cottage, Edwardes-square, Kensington — 358 
Docharty, A. B., 3, Jane-street, Blythswood-square, Glasgow — 171 
Dockerill, M. (Miss), 5, Meadow Studios, Bushey, Herts — 1278, 1502, 

I5 X 9 
Dollman. J. C, Hove-house, Newton-grove, Bedford-park, W. — 40, 514 
Donkin, A. E. (Miss), Englefield-green, Staines — 1284 
Douglas, E., Fox-down, Findon, Sussex — 1076 
Dowdall, E., 79, Newman-street, W. — 732 
Downing, D., Fulham House, Fulham, S.W. — 208 
Drage, J. H., Tamworth-road, Croydon — 1162 
Draper, H. J., 15, Abbey-road, N.W. — 290, 628, 955 
Drew, H. J., 84, Brigstock-road, Thornton-heath, S.E. — 1455 
Drummond, R. (Miss), 267, Camden-road, N. — 1477 
Drysdale, J. (Miss), 102, Westbourne-terrace, Hyde-park, W. — 1259 
Duassut, C, 14, Lynmouth-road, Stamford-hill, N. — 1250, 1277, 1286 
Dudley, A., 31, Lansdowne-road, Notting-hill — 959 
Duncan, E. (Miss), 33, Priory-road, Kilburn— 421, 529 
Durham, M. E. (Miss), 20, Ellerdale-rd., Fitzjohn's-avenue, N.W. — 759 
Dutton, J. F. H., The Nook, Hamilton-street, Hoole, Chester— 642 

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132 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Duthie, S., Thornhill, Cults, Aberdeen— 244, 656, 908, 951 

Du Val, E. T., The Brambles, Great Marlow— 112 

Duverge, Y. K. (Mde.), Anjou, Claremont-road, Surbiton— 1441 

EAST, A., A., 2, Spenser-sreet, Victoria-street, S.W. — 92, 268, 544, 

"93 

Earl, M. (Miss), 3, Bloomfield Studios, Bloomfield-place, S.W. — 90 

Earp, V., 10, Albert Mansions, Crouch-hill, N. — 1257 

Eastlake, C. H., 6, Clarendon-street, Warwick-square, S.W. — 289 

Eden, W. D., 76, Adelaide-road, N.W. —1648 

Edmonds, C. (Mrs.), Mote Lodge, Heavitree, Exeter — 1344 

Edmunds, N. M. H. (Miss), 23, South Croxted-road, West Dulwich, 

S.E.-1437 

Edward, A. S'., 46, Fountayne-road, Stamford-hill, N.— 793 
Edwards, G. Hay, Roselea, Lower common, Putney, S.W. — 1256J 
Edwards, G. Henry, 4, Camden Studios, Camden-street, N.W. — 1253 
Edwards, M. (Mrs. A. Brown), Carbis Bay, Lelant, Cornwall — 1026 
Edwards, M. E. (Mrs. Staples), 146, Lancaster-road, Notting-hill, W. 

— 792, 812 
Elias, A. (Miss), 9, Vicarage-gardens, Kensington — 567, 1077 
Ellis, C. W., Lindsay House, Bishop's Stortford — 1019, 1090 
Ellis, E. C. (Mrs.), 56, Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. — 1463 
Ellis, T., Westcott, Dorking — 1565 

Elwood, G. M., 55, Alexander-road, Upper Holloway, N. — 1757 
Emms, J., Lyndhurst, Hants— 56 

Emsley, W., Grosvenor Chambers, 16, Dean's Gate, Manchester — 872 
Emslie, R. M. (Mrs. A. E.), Otford, Sevenoaks — 1396, 1397, 1398, 

1399, 1400, 1401, 1402 
Enderby, S. G., 31, St. James's-square, Holland-park, W. — 165 
Evans, H. E., 5, Warwick Studios, Kensington, W. — 1272 
Eve, G. W., 573, High-road, Chiswick — 1539 
Evershed, A., Fishbourne, Chichester, Sussex — 807 
Every, G. H., Dovedale, The Hyde, Hendon, N.W. — 1672 
Evison, G. H., 21, Camden-road Studios, N.W. — 1627, 1656 
Eyre, J., 26, Bridge-road-west, Battersea-park, S.W. — 1360 

FILDES, L., R.A., n, Melbury-rd., Kensington, W. — 31, 85, 154, 274 
FORD, E. O., R.A., 62, Acacia-road, N.W. — 1939, 1966, 1976, 2004, 

2025, 2029, 2057 
FRITH, W. P., R.A., 114, Clifton-hill, St. John's-wood, N.W.— 893 
FORBES, S. A., A., Trewarveneth, Newlyn, Penzance— 6, 334, 875, 

997 



1900.] THE EXHIBITORS. 133 

FRAMPTOX, G. J., A., 32, Queen's-road, St. John's-wood, X.W.— 

1970, 1972, 2039 
Faed, J. (J un -)> x j Clifton-hill Studios, Abbey-road, N.W. — 861, 915, 

1085 
Fahey, E. H., 28, Dawson-place, Bayswater, W. — 954 
Falkner, H., 24, West-street, Farnham, Surrey — 1760, 1907 
Fanner, A. (Miss), The Boltons, Grove-park-terrace, Chiswick, S.W. 

—465, 924 
Fantin-Latour, H., 26, Golden-square, W. — 135, 837 
Farquharson, D., Sennen, Penzance — 13 

Farquharson, J., Migvie Lodge, Porchester-gardens, W. — 256, 339, 698 
Fehr, H. C, 6 & 8, The Avenue Studios, 76, Fulham-road, S.W. — 

1922, 1936, 2013, 2028 
Fernley, E. H. (Miss), 17, Alma-square, St. John's-wood — 1430 
Fidler, G., Teffont Magna, near Salisbury — 1293, 1317, 1320 
Field, H., I, Langham-chambers, W.— 1908 
Finnie, J., Tywyn, Llandudno — 624 

Fisher, A., 17, Warwick-gardens, Kensington, W.— 1359, 2033 
Fisher, A. E., The Pines, Freemantle, Southampton — 1301 
Fisher, A. H., 164, Piccadilly, W. — 1343, 1536, 1541 
Fisher, J. (Miss), Walton Rectory, Burton-on-Trent — 988 
Fisher, J. H. V., The Red Cottage, Shamley-green, Guildford — 341 
Fisher, M., Widdington, Xewport, Essex — 283, 413, 1023 
Fisher, P. H., Butt's Lodge, Brentford — 679 
Fisher, S. M., 12, Orme-square, W. — 84, 146, 587 
Fitzgerald, F. (Miss), c/o Mrs. Bishop, 16, Welfield-place, Peel-street, 

Liverpool — 978, 987 
Fletcher, A. G. (Miss), 19, Parliament-hill, Hampstead, N.W. — 1380, 

1381, 1382, 1482 
Fletcher, B. and Sons (Messrs.), 29, Xew Bridge-street, E.C. — 1722, 

1772, 1825 
Fleuss, O., 3, Grove Studios, Hammersmith — 1853 
Flower, C. E., 29, Elmer's-end-road, Anerley, S.E. — 1316, 1353 
Flower, X., 17, Holland-park-road, Kensington — 98 
Forbes, E. (Mrs. S. A.), Trewarveneth, Xewlyn, Penzance — 1102 
Ford, H. J., 4, Westbourne-street, Hyde-park — 785, 1635, 1664 
Ford, R. O., 62, Acacia-road, St. John's-wood, X.W. — 535 
Ford, W. O., 62, Acacia-road, X.W. — 533, 600 
Forster, J. W., 12, South-parade, Bedford-park, W. — 1169 
Forsyth, J. D.. Studio, 325, Finchley-road, X.W. — 1813 
Forsyth, J. X., Studio, 325, Finchley-road, X.W. — 1990 
Fosbrooke, L., Ravenstone, Ashby-de-la-Zouch — 1201 



134 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Foster, A. J., 43, Broadhurst-gdns., South Hampstead, X. W.— 382, 810 

Foster, D. (Miss), Beechwood, Halton, Leeds — 1468 

Foster, F., 8, Duke-street, Adelphi, W.C.— 1883 

Foster, G., Beechwood, Halton, Leeds — 61, 438, 1170 

Fothergill, C. W., Cranbrook, Kent— 1355 

Fowler, E. M. (Mrs.), Donington Rectory, Spalding — 843 

Fox, E. R., Wingham, near Dover — 879 

Fox, S., 38, Markham-square, SAY. — 858, 1263 

Francis, E. (Miss), Edenham, Shaftesbury-rd., Southsea — 939, 1 300 

Francis, T. E., 23, Canonbury-park-south, Canonbury, N. — 877 

Franck, H. (Miss), 34A, Finchley-road, NAV.— 1029 

Fraser, J., Studios, 21, Camden-road, NAV.— 1036, 1080 

Freeman, W. (Miss), Newlyn, Penzance— 1248 

Freyburg, F. P., Hillside, Halland, Sussex — 205 

Friedenson, A. A., 16, Bankside-street, Roundhay-road, Leeds — 723 

Fripp, I., Kennington Studios, Princes-square, S.E. — 11 88 

Fuller, E. G., Dunvegan, St. Ives, Cornwall — 18 

Fulleylove, J., I, Langham-chambers, Portland -place, W. — 768, 81 1 

Fullwood, J., Studio, Meadowside, Slinfold, Sussex — 1544, 1546, 1553 

Furniss, M. (Miss), West-hill, Epsom — 353, 1290 

Furse, J. H. M., 5, The Avenue, Fulham-road — 2040 

GILBERT, A., R.A., M.V.O., 16, Maida-vale, W.— 19^7, 2020, 2051 
GOODALL, F., R.A., 62, Avenue-road, Regent's-park, N.W.— 

181, 581, 586, 650, 1040 
GOAV, A. C, R.A., 15, Grove-end-road, N.W.— 198 
GRAHAM, P., R.A., 93, Ladbroke-road, Notting-hill, W.— 49, 206 
GREGORY, E. J., R.A., 8, Greville-place, Maida-vale, W.— 130, 201 
Gallon, R., 32, Alma-square, St. John's-wood — 1021 
Gandy, H., 101, Chelsea-gardens, SAV. — 340 
Gardner, S., 35, Gloucester-crescent, Regent's-park, NAV. — 824 
Gardner, W. B., Albion-chambers, 60, Haymarket, SAV. — 1676 
Garland, C. T., Chyoone-grove, Newlyn, Penzance — 900 
Garland, V. T., St. Valery, Winchester— 823, 850, 866, 873, 903 
Garman, M. (Miss), Great Barr, Birmingham — 1473 
Garratt, A. P., 27, Ashworth Mansions, Elgin-avenue, Maida-vale — 

1587, 1601 
Garry, J. J., 30, Torrington-square, W.C. — 1716 
Garstin, N., 4, Wellington-terrace, Penzance — 554 
Gascoyne, G., Bapchild-court, Sittingbourne — 238 

Gaskell, G. A., 1, West End Mansions, W T est Hampstead, NAY. — 897 
Gaskell, P., 35, Acacia-road, St. John's-wood, NAY. — 717, 773 



1900.] THE EXHIBITORS. 135 

George and Yeates (Messrs.), 18, Maddox-street, W. — 1680, 1681 
Gibbs, P. W., 8, Albert Studios, Albert-bridge-road, S.W.— 164 
Gibson, M. J. (Miss), 77, Blenheim-crescent, Ladbroke-grove, W. — 

1421, 1422, 1423 
Gibson, W. H., Clarke, & Warwick (Messrs.), The Rookery, \\ embley, 

Middlesex — 171 7 
Gihon, A. D., 59, Avenue de Saxe, Paris — 294 
Gilchrist, P. T., Danehurst, Morley-road, Southport — 441 
Giles, M. M. (Mrs. B. M. Jenkin), 52J, Campden street, Campden- 

hill, W.— 1 9 14 
Giles, W., 68, London-street, Reading — 1607 
Glasby, W., 20, Church-row, Hampstead — 1707 

Glazebrook, H. de T., 76, Elm-pk.-rd., Chelsea, S.W. — 369, 394, 617 
Gleichen, F. (The Countess), St. James's Palace, S.W. — 1989 
Glendening, A. A., 6, Sandbourne-road, Brockley, S.E. — 3, 944 
Glennie, F. F., 16, Clifford's Inn, W.C.— 1713 

Glindoni, H. G., The Studio, Chadwell Heath, Essex — 634, 637, 669 
Gloag, I. L., 54, Elm-park-gardens, S.W. — 495, 557 
Godward, J. W., 410, Fulham-road, S.W. — 820 
Goetze, S., 6a, Abercorn-place, N.W. — 426, 593, 1015 
Goff, B. L. (Miss), Ashdene, The Avenue, Lee, S.E. — 1930, 2042, 

2046, 2047, 2048 
Goff, F. E. J., 27, Lynett-avenue, Clapham-common, S.W. — 1274, 

1283, 1307 
Goldsmith, H., 63, Faulkner-street, Manchester — 1735 
Goldthwaite, H., The Gables, South Norwood-hill, S.E. —52, 899 
Goodall, T. F., The Homestead, Oulton Broad, Lowestoft — 356 
Goodman, M. (Miss), 7, Addison-crescent, Kensington — 708, 906 
Goodman, R., 6, Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W.- — 515 
Goodwin, A., 7, Mcntpelier-terrace, Ilfracombe — 463, 575, 1276 
Goodwin, H., 4, Lisburne-crescent, Torquay, Devon — 1095 
Gordon, H. H., 123, Cannon-street, E.C.— 1788 
Gordon, S. Elm Studio, 42, Freke-road, S.W. — 756 
Gore, W. H., 3, Dounington-square, Newtury — 800, 1089 
Gosnell, D. H., The Mill House, Goudhurst, Kent — 694, 1025 
Gotch, T. C, Penwith, Shottermill, R.S.O.— 11, 392 
Gotto, B., 82, Drayton-gardens, South Kensington — 2000 
Gould, A. C, 3, Endsleigh-street, Tavistock-square, W.C. — 880 
Goyder, A. K. (Miss), 88, Gt. Horton-rd., Bradford, Yorks — 1612 
Grace, H. E. (Miss), 54, York-road, Hove, Brighton — 692 
Grace, J. E., 26, Woodstock-road, Bedford-park, W. — 1072 
Graham, T., 96, Fellows-road, N.W. — 393 



136 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Graham, N., Merrow, Guildford — 1236 

Gray, M. F. (Miss), 2, The Boltons, South Kensington, S.W. — 101 

Greaves, W., 18, Park-lane, Leeds — io^8 

Gregory, E. (Miss), 22, Adamson-road, Swiss-cottage, N.W. — 1658 

Green and Abbott (Messrs.), 473, Oxford -street, W.— 1692 

Green, E. M. (Miss), 7, Rossetti House Studios, Rossetti-gardens, 

Chelsea, S.W.— 1447 
Green, R. C, Widdington, Newport, Essex — 459, 784 
Green, W. C, 7, John-street, Bedford-row, W.C. — 1794, 1828 
Greenhead, H. T., 15, Gloucester-road, Regent's-park, N.W. — 1674 
Greenwood, B. (Miss), 12, Balmoral-rd., Willesden-green, N.W. — 783 
Grey, E. F. (Mrs.), 22, Blackett-street, Newcastle-on-Tyne — 1338 
Gribble, B. F., 12, Trafalgar Studios, Manresa-rd., Chelsea — 1048, 1051 
Grier, L., The Foc'sle, St. Ives, Cornwall — 649 

Griffiths, W. J., Glencairn, Kyrle-rd., Clapham-common, S.W. — 1718 
Groome, W. H. C, 78, Coldershaw-road, Ealing, W. — 1 136, 1138 
Grundy, C. C, Plas-Mawr, Conway — 125 
Gurney, E. T., 43, Ampthill-square, Hampstead-road, N.W. — 1649 

HERKOMER, H., von, R.A., Lululaund, Bushey, Herts— 15, 180, 

333- 537, 549, 668, 1356, 1361 
HOOK, J. C.j R.A., Silverbeck, Churt, near Farnham — 212, 218, 

269, 279 
HACKER, A., A., 7, Cavendish-buildings, Old Cavendish-street, W. 

—309, 434, 545, 673 
HEMY, C. N., A., Churchfield, Falmouth— 142, 1161, 1182, 1218 
HUNTER, C, A., 14, Melbury-road, Kensington, W. — no, 646 
Hack, M. S., 54, Doughty-street, W. — 1701 
Haddan, P., 3, Norfolk Mansions, Lithos-road, South Hampstead, 

N.W. -923 
Haddon, T., 58, Millbank-street, Westminster, S.W.— 200, 666 
Hagarty, M. S. (Miss), 26, Christchurch-road, Streatham-hill, S.W. — 

1 108 
Hague, A., Delganwy, Llandudno — 202, 556 

Haigh-Wood, C, 45, Broadhurst-gardens, South Hampstead — 570, 992 
Hale, E. M., Shackleford, Godalming, Surrey — 521, 682 
Hall, Cooper and Davis (Messrs.), 21, Old Queen-street, Westminster, 

S.W.-1732 
Hall, F., 6, Castle-street, Liverpool — 493, 905 
Hallowes, S. M., Heath Fern Lodge, Heathside, Hampstead — 311 
Hamilton, J. McL., 6, Grove-end-road, St. John's-wood — 1049 
Hamilton, V. M., 5, Abbey-gardens, N.W. — 136 



1900.] THE EXHIBITORS. 137 

Hammond, R. G., 16, Essex-street, Strand, W.C. — 1827 

Hammond, T. W., Ravenscar, Derby -road, Nottingham — 1592, 1600 

1616 
Hampton, H., 18, St. Anne's Villas, Holland-park-avenue — 1916, 

1988, 2002, 2012 
Hanhart, M., 47, Constan tine-road, Hampstead — 603 
Hankey, M. L. (Mrs. W. L.), 404c, Fulham-road, S.W. — 141 7, 1418, 

1419, 1420 
Hankey, W. L., 404c, Fulham-road, S.W. — 234, 277 
Hansard, F. (Miss), 5, Stratford Studios, Stratford-road, W. — 446 
Harcourt, G., Bushey, Herts — 276 
Harcourt, M. L. (Mrs. G.), Bushey, Herts — 1306 
Harding, M. (Miss), 139, Alexandra-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 

920, 999 
Hardman, M. J. (Mrs.), Thorntons, Northaw, Herts — 1497 
Hardy, D., Eccentric Club, Shaftesbury-avenue — 738, 926 
Hardy, H., 10, Abbey-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 684 
Hardy, N. (Miss), 10, Abbey-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 22 
Hardy, N. H., Albert Studios, Albert-bridge-road, S.W. — 1142 
Hare, H. T., 13, Hart-street, Bloomsbury, W.C.— 1810 
Harley, H. E., 8, Monmouth-road, Bayswater, W. — 853 
Harms, E. M. (Miss), 23, Carfax, Horsham, Sussex — 1280 
Harrand, L. (Miss), 11, Alwyn-square, Canonbury, N. — 1626 
Harris, M. (Mrs.), 79, Ware-road, Hertford— 1547 
Harrison and Ward (Messrs.), 66, Victoria-street, S.W. — 1721, 1747 
Harrison, A. J. (Miss), Studios 2, 171, Stanhope-street, Regent's-park, 

W. — 1442 
Harrison, D., 6, St. Paul's Studios, Talgarth-road, W. — 361 
Harrison, G. E., 1, Boyle-street, Savile-row, W. — 1491 
Harrison, G. L., 101, Comeragh-road, West Kensington — 757 
Harrison, S. C. (Miss), 30, Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. — 1470 
Hart, A., 32, York-road, Hove, Brighton — 354 
Hartwell, C. L., 8, Manville-road, Upper Tooting, S.W. — 1978, 1991, 

2037 
Haughton, B., Summer-hill, Benenden, Kent — 857 
Havers, Val, 99, Great Titchfield-street, W. — 1003 
Haviland, F. A., 205, Maida-vale, W. — 231, 1489 
Hay, J. H., Pool-buildings, 10, South Castle-street, Liverpool — 

312, 1542 
Hay, P. A., 17, Holland-park-road, Kensington, W. — 696, 953, 1240 
Hayes, C, Woburn-hill, Addlestone — 316 
Hayes, E., 19, Streatley-road, Brondesbury, N.W. — 7, 638 



138 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Hayes, G. E. (Miss), 40, St. Charles-square, N. Kensington, W. — 

1562, 1572 
Hayes, H., 115, Windsor-road, Ilford, E. — 689 
Hayllar, J. (Miss), Redholme, Cambridge-road, Bournemouth — 450 
Haynes, A. S., 56, Glebe-place, Chelsea — 363 

Hayward, E. C. (Mrs. A. F. W.), Ashdene, Shawford, Winchester — 834 
Heath, D., 10, Fitzroy-street, W.C— 573 

Heath, M. A. (Miss), 70, Grosvenor-road, Pimlico, S.W. — 991, 1505 
Hedley, R., 11, New-bridge-street, Newcastle-on-Tyne — 518, 980, 1082 
Hennell, A. R., 8 and 9, Essex-street, Strand, W.C. — 1768 
Henniker, A. L. (Miss), 25, Beechcroft, Upper Tooting — 25 
Henry, J. L., 10, Warwick-place, Maida-hill, W. — 102, 259 
Henshafl, J. H., St. Luke's, Southport — 776, 844 
Henton, G. M., Charnwood, Victoria-road, Leicester — 1153 
Herdman, D., St. Bernard's Tower, Bruntsfield-crescent, Edinburgh — 

910 
Herkorrrr, H. G., 6, William-street, Lowndes-square — 1068 
Heron ar.d Bellairs (Messrs.), 27, Fitzroy-street, Fitzroy-square, W.C. 

—1823 
Hester, E. G., 1 14, London-road, St. Alban's, Herts — 1670 
Hetherington, I., 4, Steele's Studios, Haverstock-hill, N.W. — 713 
Hicks, G. E., Odiham, Hants— 476, 995 
Hickson, M. (Miss), c/o Mrs. Fraser-Nash, 136, Haverstock-hill, 

N.W.-I33 
Heydemann, \V., The Studios, 39, St. John's-wood-road-park, N.W, — 

1537, 1538, 1549 
Higgins, E. (Miss), The Lynches, Shalford, Surrey — 364 
Higgins, R. E., 21, Camden-road, N.W. — 1000 

Higham, B. A. (Miss), Stratton House, Burn-ash-rd., Lee, Kent— 1523 
Hildesheim, H. G. (Miss), 13, Redington-road, Frognal, Hampstead 

—1777 
Hill, 1. S., 1 A, Steele's Studios, Haverstock-hill, N.W. — 505, 1031 
Hill, R. H., 30, Heath-crescent, Halifax— 1056 
Hillingford, R., 16, Bolsover-street, W. — 584, 1009 
Hind, E. M. (Miss), 25, Dartmouth-park-hill, N.W.— 1319 
Hindley, G. C, 1, Bath-road, Bedford -park, Chiswick, \Y. — 560 
Hirst, N., The Mornings, Mudeford, Christchurch, Hants — 1669, 1675 
Hobkirk, S., Piazza Studios, St. Ives, Cornwall — 28S, 477, 7S2 
Hobley, E. G., Brusswick-square, Penrith, Cumberland — 267 
Hobson, C. J., 18, Dancer-road, Fulham, S.W. — 150S 
Hodge, A. H., 7, St. Paul's Studios,Telgarth-rd., Kensington, W. — 193^ 
Holgate, T. W., 2, Clifton-hill Studios, N.W — 1613 



iooo.] THE EXHIBITORS. 139 

Hollams, F. M. (Miss), Dene-park, Tonbridge — 612 
Holland, A. (Mrs. Sachs), 2, Rossetti Studios, Chelsea — 639 
Holmes, G. A., 62, Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. — 885, 1086 
Hoist, L., 5 a., Clareville-grove, South Kensington, S.W. — 548 
Holyoake, R., 5, Primrose-hill Studios, Fitzroy-road, N.W. — 32, 671, 

846, 881 
Home, G., Cromwell Lodge, Ep^om — 1637 
Hook, B., Beefolds, Farnham— 475, 922 

Hope-Pinker, H. R., 22, Avonmore-road, Kensington, W. — 1924 
Hornblower, G., 2, Devonshire-terrace, Portland-place — 172S 
Horsfall, J., Todmorden, Yorks — 1706 
Horsley, G. C, 2. Gray's-inn-square, W.C. — 1856, i860 
Horsley, W. C, I, High-row, Kensington, W. — 963, 984 
Hoskin, R., 2, Sherwell-arcade, Plymouth — 1202, 1261 
Howard, B. (Miss), 38, Lincoln's-inn-fields, W.C. — 1449 
Howell, A. M. (Miss), 5, Enys-road, Eastbourne — 1428, 1498 
Horwitz, H., 10, Pembroke Studios, Pembroke-gardens, Kensington— 

252 
Hudson, H. J., Alexander Studio, Alfred-place, S. Kensington — 163 
Hughes, G., Canning Studios, 2, South John-street, Liverpool — 1294 
Hughes, J., 28, Lennox-street, Dublin — 1921 
Hughes, T., 8, Gloucester Mansions, Harrington-gardens, S.W. — 204, 

97i> 972, 973, 974 . 

Hughes. W., 11, Belgrave-place, Marine-parade, Brighton — 108, 677 
Hume, R., Sunny Bank, Bury, near Pulborough, Sussex— 1 137 
Hunn, T. H., New Down-road, Guildford — 1234, 1303, 1324, 1337 
Hunt, A. A., Studio, 8, Berners-street, W. — 711 
Hunt, E. A., 25, Neville-street, Onslow-gardens, W. — 298 
Hunter, J. Y., c/oC. Hunter, A.R.A., 14, Melbury-road, Kensington, 

W.— 320, 635 
Hunter, M. Y. (Mrs.), c/o C. Hunter, A.R.A., 14, Melbury-road, 

Kensington, W.— 506, 841 
Hurt, L. B., Ivonbrook, Darley Dale, Matlock — 989 
Hutchinson, R. G., 4, Melville-place, Edinburgh — 621, 710 

I' Anson, C, 12, Primrose-hill Studios, Fitzroy-road, N.W. — 126 
Ibberson, H. G., 28, Martin's-lane, E.C. — 1094 
Inglis, J. J., Montrose, Donnybrook, Dublin — 454, 1065, 1071 
Ingram, H. C, 9, Ironmonger-lane, E.C. — 1712 

Ingram, W. A., c/o G. P. J. Hood, Esq., 26, Tite-street, Chelsea 
S.W.— 543, 1014 



i 4 o AX ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 



TACKSOX, T. G., R.A., 14, Buckingham-street, Strand, W.C.— 1690 
JOHX, W. G., A., 2, Woronzow Studios, St. John's-wood, X.W.— 

2015, 2055 
Jack, R., 27, Claireville-grove Studios, South Kensington — 140, 338 
Jackson, F. W., The Studio, Middleton, Manchester — 1187 
Tacomb-Hood, G. F., 26, Tite-street, Chelsea — 464 
Jaggard, W. R., Heathcote, 3, Grimwood-road, Twickenham— 1758 
tagger, W., 39, Monthermer-road, Roath-park, Cardiff — 103 
James, C. B., 552, Oxford-street, W. — 845 
James, L. G. (The Hon. Mrs. W. J.), 1, Courtfield-rd., S.W.— 480, 

577, 578 
Tames, R. S., 39, Kildoran-road, Acre-lane, Brixton, S.W. — 964 
James, W. J. (The Hon.), 1, Courtfield-road, S.W.— 449, 1078 
jannoch, V. (Miss), Dursingham, King's Lynn, Norfolk — 1028 
Jarman, H. T., 66, Paik-grove-road, Leytonstone — 1298 
Jay, W. S., Lee House, Littlehampton — 41 
Jelley, J. V., Hampton-in-Arden, Warwickshire — 303, 721, 892 
Jenkins, B. (Miss), 26, Xew Cavendish-street, W. — 519 
Jenkins, F. L., 181A, King's-road, Chelsea — 1918 
Johnson, B. V., 20, Victoria-street, S.W. — 1901 

Johnson, C. E.,Carrington Lodge, 33, Sheen-rd., Richmond, S.W. — 1069 
Johnson, E. B., 21, Baker-street, Portman-square, W. — 1624 
Johnson, P. T. (Mrs.), Adlebury Hall, Xuneaton — 1128, 1 157 
Johnstone, H. J., Wadhurst, Sussex— 1326 
Jolley, G., 30, Great Russell-street, W.C.— 436 
Jones, A. G., 483, King's-road, Chelsea— 1585 
Jones, M. R., 15, Parkcliffe Mount, Underclirfe, Bradford— 445 
Jones, W. C, 32, Bedford-row, W.C.— 1835, 1836 
Joy, G. W., The Red Lodge, 51, Palace court, Paddington, W. — 403 
Joyce, A. G. (Miss), Burleigh, Tenbury, Worcestershire — 96S 
Jupp, G. H., Fern Villa, Cox-green, Maidenhead, Berks — 2S1 

Kay, A., II, Berkeley-terraces, Glasgow — 379 

Keeling, W., 375, Glossop-road, Sheffield — 775 

Keen, A., 4, Raymond-buildings, Gray's-inn, W.C. — 1745, *8S6 

Keith, L. M. (Miss), 28, Argyll-road, Campden-hill, W. — 719 

Keller, E. R. (Mrs.), Rathcoole, Walton-on-Thames— 1375, 1376 

1377, 1378, 1379 
Kelly, R. T., 24, The Temple, Dale-stree% Liverpool — 1 194 
Kemp-Welch, L. E. (Miss), Kingsley, Bushey, Herts — 427 
Kemp- Welch, E. (Miss), Kingsley, Bushey, Herts — 1 506 
Kendall, T. H., Warwick — 1999 
Kennington, T. B., 6, Victoria-grove, Chelsea — 589 



r 9 oa] THE EXHIBITORS. 141 

Kerr, C, 18, Aubrey-walk, Campien-hill, N.W. — 99, 996 

Kilburne, G., 1, Fitzroy-road, Regent's-park — 854, 934 

Kilburne, G. G., 39, Steele's-road, Haverstock-hill — 840 

Kindon, M. E. (Miss), St. George, Chalk-hill, Watford, Herts— 1050 

King, B. (Miss), Clyde Villa, Shoreham, Kent — 525 

King, F. C, 24, Great Titchfield-street, Oxford-street, W. — 969 

King, G., Harting, Petersfield, Hants— 388 

King, H., 103, Finchley-road, N.W. — 48-), 737 

King, Y., 103, Finchley-road, N. — 527, 550 

Kingsford, F. (Miss), 5, Stratford S udios, Stratford-rd., W. — 1313, 1623 

Kinsley, A., 2, Corinne-road, Tu r nell-park, N. — 435, 1186 

Kirchmayr, C, 29, The Avenue, Bedford -park, W. — 452 

Kirkpatrick, J., 41, Castle-street, Liverpool — 1237 

Kneen, W., Maclise Mansions, Addison-road-station, W. — 67 

Knight, Adam, 73, Henry-road, Bridgford, Nottingham— 500 

Knight, A., I, Woronzow-road Studios, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 

1205, 1229 
Knight, A. (Miss), 1, Belgrave-road, Gloucester — 1509 
Knight, A. W., c/o S. Jennings, 15, Duke-street, Manchester-square, 

W. — 1322 
Knight, H., 8, Belgrave-square, Nottingham— 66, 106, 1092 
Knowles, G. S., 5, Parkhill-road Studios, N.W.— 28, 157 
Kortright, H. S., 203, South Lambeth-road, S.W. — 1630 
Kotera. J., Rudolfovo Nabrezi 6, Prague, Bohemia — 1861, 1862, 1867, 

1873 
Kricheldorf. C, Stafford House, Tetbury, Gloucester — 700 

LEADER, B. W., R.A., Burrows Cross, Gomshall, Guildford— 175, 

249, 376, 839 
LESLIE, G. D., R.A., Riverside, Wallingford, Berks— 168 
LUCAS, S., R.A., New-place, Woodchurch-road, West Hampstead, 

N.W. — 37, 62, 1639, 1 641 
LA THANGUE, H. H., A., Graffham, Petworth, Sussex— 68,199, 

35i, 569 
Lacy, G. J. J., 120, Caledonian-road, N. — 1801 
Lamond, W. B., 61, Reform-street, Dundee — 715 
Lancaster, A. D., 9, Upper Phillimore-gardens, Kensington — 517 
Lanchester, M. (Miss), Ripley Villa, New Maiden, Surrey — 553 
Langdon, E. A. (Miss), Glenalmond, The Park, Nottingham — 1 190 
Langley, W., Westbourne, Alexandra-road, Penzance— 172, 749 
Lansdown, G. A., 9, Regent-street, Waterloo-place, S.W. — 1693 
Lanteri, E., Oakley Studio, 1 Upper Cheyne-row, Chelsea — 1979 



142 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Laurent, C. S.,c/oC. Roberson&Co., 99, Long-acre, W.C. — 1105, 1106 
Lavender, W. R., 128, Manchester-road, Southport — 602 
Lavers, A. C, 14, Heathfield-gardens, Chiswick — 1792, 1793, I 9°6 
Lawrence, M., 1, St. Leonard's Studios, Chelsea — 1997 
Lawson, A., 4, Dudley-street, Wolverhampton — 191 
Lee, J., Middleton-on-Teesdale, Darlington— 532 
Lee, J. S., 28, Theobalds-road, W.C.— 1803 
Lee, S., 6, The Studios, Holland-park-road, W. — 230 
Lees, I. (Miss), The Larches, Pembury, Kent — 1584 
Lehmann, R., 28, Abercorn-place, N.W. — 395 
Leigh, G. L., Hampton-in-Arden, Warwick — 188 
Leighton, E. B., 7, Priory-road, Bedford-park, W. — 606 
Lemon, A., Brockham, Betchworth, Surrey — 970 
Lendrum, F. (Miss), Sunny Bank, Edgerton, Huddersfield — 1496 
Lenfestey, G. H., 7, Holland-park-road, Kensington, W. — 1196 
Leslie, P., Riverside, Wallingford, Berks — 1270, 1325. 1659 
Levick, R. (Miss), Leighton Lodge Studio, Edwardes-square, Ken- 
sington, W. — 1943, 1968, 1986, 2038 
Lewis, A. N.j The Cottage, Granada-road, Southsea — 594 
Lewis, G. R. (Miss), 46, Brixton-hill, S.W. — 1475, 1510, 151 1, 1514 
Lewis, M. (Miss), in, Goldhurst-terrace, S. Hampstead, N.W. — 1504. 

1513 
Lindner, G. (Mrs.), The Warren House, St. Ives, Cornwall — 306 
Lingwood, E. T., The Ferns, Dunwich, Saxmundham — 187, 192 
Lintott, H. C, 57, Boston-road, West Croydon — 1453 
Lion, F. M. (Miss), 4, Arkwright-road, Hampstead — 722 
Little, E., 9, Stanley Studios, Park-walk, Chelsea — 781 
Little, G. L., Wraycott, Kingswood, Reigate — 1044 
Lodge, G. E., 5, Verulam-buildings, Gray's-inn, W.C. — 596 
Logsdail, W., 3539, Madonna dell' Orto, Venice — 76, 831 
Lomax, J. A., 17, Marlborough-rd., St. John's-wood, N.W. — S60, 871 
Loosely, G. F., Studio, 37, Cheyne-walk, S.W. — 78 
Loudan, M., 48, Circus-road, N.W. — 322, 1087 
Low, C, Bridge-street, Hungerford, Berks — 1249 
Lowe, A., 28, Massey-street, Nottingham — 457 
Lucas, E. E. (Miss), 10, Marlborough-hill, N.W. — 346 
Lucas, M. (Mrs. J. S.), New-place, Woodchurch-road, West Hampstead 

—264, 444, 505 
Lucas, T. G., Hitchin, Herts — 1783 

Lucchesi, A. C, 2, Camden Studios, Camden-street. N.W. — 195S, 1964 
Ludlow, H., Plas-Newydd, Hanwell, W. — 690, 813. S15 
Luker, A. (Mrs.), 22, Campden-hill-square, W. — 726. 73s, 12SS 



E9 oo.] THE EXHIBITORS. 143 

Luker, G. L., 10, New-inn, W.C. — 1262 

Lumley, E. (Miss), 1, Marlborough-place, St. John's- wood, N.W. — 240 
Lund, N. M., 6, Stratford Studios, Stratford-rd., Kensington, W. — 14 
Lungren, F., 5, Edwardes-square Studios, Kensington, W. — 239, 555 
Lutyens, C, 16, Onslow-square, S.W. — 629 

MACWHIRTER, J., R.A., 1, Abbey-road, N.W.— 20, 144, 308, 314 
MACBETH, R. W., A., 28, Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W.— 755, 1551 
MORRIS, P. R., A., 92, Clifton-hill, N.W.— 100, 661 
MURRAY, D., A., 1, Langham-chambers, Portland-place, W.— 54, 

139, 486, 558 
Macarthur, L. G., Y\ illersey Broadway, Worcestershire — 151 
Macartney, M., 52A, Berkeley-sq., W. — 1790, 1797, 1798, 1802, 1833 
Macbeth-Raeburn, H., 53, Marloes-road, Kensington — 805 
McClatchie, F. (Miss), 28, Edith-road, West Kensington — 1373 
McClure, J. C, 12, Jubilee-place, King's-road, Chelsea — 1948, 2003, 

2005, 201 1 
McCormick, A. D., 58, Queen's-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 930 
McDonald, M. M. (Miss), 30, Ledbury-road, Bayswater — 1494 
McDougal, J., Min-y-don, Cemaes, near Amlwch, Anglesey — 1 104 
Macdougall, N. M., 211, West Campbell-street, Glasgow — 9, 948 
MacGeorge, W. S., 11, Melville-place, Edinburgh — 888 
Macgregor, J. (Miss), 12, Chalcot-gardens, South Hampstead — 1059 
McGregor, R., 36, Hanover-street, Edinburgh — 551, 1059 
Macintosh, J. M., Woolhampton, near Reading — 913 
Mackie, C. H., Colbridge Studio, Murrayfield, Edinburgh — 471 
Macklin, T. E., 22, Blackett-street, Newcastle-on-Tyne — 762 
McLaren, C. G. (Miss), 176, Bath-street, Glasgow — 1409, 1410, 141 1 
McLean, W. J., 1, Oakley Cottage Studios, Upper Cheyne-row, S.W. 

—1965 
Maclear, A., 190 Foster-hill-road, Bedford— 1443 
MacRory, A. A. (Miss), 88, Via delle Ruote, Florence, Italy— 616 
Maddison, J., 149, Grange-road-east, Middlesboro — 847 
Maddox, R. W., 22, King Henry's-road, N.W. — 331 
Maitland, A. F. (Capt.), Naval and Military Club, W.— 826 
Maitland, G. L. (Viscountess), 14, Lower Sloane-street, S.W. — 1404 
Mallows and Grocock (Messrs.), Times-buildings, Bedford — 1764 
Mann, H., 78, Lexham-gardens, Kensington, W. — 494, 546 
Manning, W. W., 55A, Bedford -gardens, Kensington, W. — 355, 386 
Mansell, M. (Miss), 5, Fernshaw-road, Fulham-road, S.W. — 162 
Margetson, W. H., 107, Thornlaw-road, West Norwood, S.E. — 221 
Marks, A. (Miss), 10, Matheson-road, West Kensington, W. — 1653 



144 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Marks, G., Shere, Guildford, Surrey — 1124, 1210, 1222, 1321, 1335, 

I34i, 1345 
Marks, M. (Mrs. H. S.), 25, Goldhurst-terrace, N.W.— 1346 
Marrable, A. (Mrs.), 60, Cleveland -square, Hyde-park, W. — 1 149 
Marshall, C. E., 49, St. James's-street, Piccadilly — 1633, 1644 
Marshall, J. Fitz, The Studio, High-street, Epsom — 714 
Marshall, W. (Miss), Red Brick House, Campden-hill-road, W. — 1481, 

1493 
Marson, T. E., Crick, Rugby — 491 

Mart, F. G., 22, Carleton-road, Tufnell-park, W. — 1 23 1 
Martin, A. C., 5, Great College-street, Westminster — 1880 
Martin, E. (Miss), Woodhall, Sevenoaks — 241 
Martin, G. D., 3, Pall-mall-east, S.W. — 1726 
Martineau, C. (Mrs.), 3, Eldon-road, Hampstead: — 1577 
Martineau, L. (Miss), 4, South-road, Clapham-park, S.W. — 507 
Maryon, E. (Miss), Oakwood, South Hanningfield, Essex — 2032 
Mason, E. (Mrs.), Homestead, Tilford, Farnham, Surrey — 1433 
Mason, F., Rockside House, Blenheim-terrace, Scarborough — 1 132 
Massey, G. (Mrs.), 6, Albion-rd., South Hampstead — 1406, 1407, 1408 
Matear, H. A., The Temple, Dale-street, Liverpool — 1855 
Mathews, L. B. (Mrs.), 133, Green Lanes, N. — 640 
Mawson, T. H., Windermere — 1734, 1736, 1737, 1852 
May, A., 26, Medhurst-road, Bow, E. — 576 
May, A. D., 9, St. Paul's Studios, West Kensington — 119, 574 
May, E. J., 21, Hart-street, Bloomsbury-square, W.C. — 1809 
Mayor, F., c/o A. Toft, Esq., 11, Trafalgar Studios, Manresa-road, 

Chelsea — 1101, 11 79, 1289 
Meade, A., St. Ives, Cornwall — 215, 374 

Measom, W. F., 2, Stanley Studios, Park-walk, Chelsea — 131 5 
Mee and Jennison (Messrs.), 32, Victoria-street, Manchester — 1697, 

1723, I773> J 894> 1904 
Meih£, W. A. (Miss), Limatburg, Ambleside-avenue, Streatham, SAN . 

-1458 
Menpes, M., 25, Cadogan-gardens, Chelsea — 1550 
Menzies, W. A., 12, Holtham-road, Abbey-road, X.W. — 774, 1333 
Merbitz, M. P. de (Mde.), II, Rue de Penthievre, Paris — 1469, 1484 
Mercer, F., Abbots Bromley, Rugeley — 1214 
Merrylees, A. R. (Mrs.), 26, Bassett-road, Ladbroke-grove, W. — 1405, 

1416 
Metcalfe, G., 95, Cheyne-walk, Chelsea — 703 
Meteyard, S. H., Parkstone, Moseley, Birmingham — 1 1 15 
Meyer, J. (Miss), 3, Freeland-road, Ealing, W. — 769, 918 



i9oo.] THE EXHIBITORS. 145 

Meyerheim, R., Lindeneck, Wimblehurst-road, Horsham, Sussex — 1100 

Michael, F. H., 34, Romola-road, Herne-hill, S.E. — 851, 1265 

Michie, J. C, 9, Primrose-hill-studios, Fitzroy-road, N.W. — 326, 501 

Milbanke, M. 3 7, Trafalgar-studios, Manresa-road, Chelsea — 1064 

Mileham, C. H. M., 1, Lincoln's-inn-fields, W.C. — 1812 

Mileham, H. R., Copers Cope, Beckenham, Kent — 789 

Mileham, M. L. (Miss), Hill-crest, Westhill, Sydenham— 1488 

Miller, J. D., 159, High-street, Hadley, Barnet — 1528 

Miller, W. E., 3, St. Petersburg-place, Bayswater— 423 

Millet, F. D., Broadway, Worcestershire — 29, 1058 

Mills, A. J., 23, Jeffreys-road, Camden-town, N.W. — 2001 

Mills, E. (Mrs.), 21, St. Mary-Abbott's-terrace, W. — 1358 

Mimes, W. H., 56, Croftdown-rd., Highgate-road, N.W. — 1552, 1558, 

1560 
Minty, J. A., 10, Gray r s-inn-square, W.C. — 1848 
Mitchell, A., 39, Great Marlborough-street, W. — 1763, 1868 
Moberl)V M. J. (Mrs.), Ravensbury-gardens, Mitcham — 8 
Molyneux, E., Rathleigh-gate, West-end-lane, West Hampstead, N.W, 

—547 
Monk, W., 86. Fellows road, South Hampstead, N.W . — 1677 
Montalba, H. (Miss), 809, Campo S. Agnese, Venice — 524 
Montford, H., 8, Winders-road, Battersea, S.W. — 2052 
Montford, P. R., 8, Winders-road, Battersea, S.W. — 1919, 1945, 

2030 
Moore, A. H., Raglan-cottage, Whipp's-cross, Walthamstow — 748, 

1223 
Moore, E. M. (Miss), 4, Bath road, Bedford-park, Chiswick — 1931 
Moore J. (Miss), The Studio, 153, Tachbrook-street, Westminster, 

S.W.— 869 
Moore, S., 16, Parchmore-road, Thornton-heath— 46 
Moore, T., 37, Old Queen-street, Westminster, S.W — 1710, 1778 
Morgan, A., 89, Albert-bdge.-rd., Battersea-park — 106, 152, 833, 849 
Morgan, E. M. (Miss), 89, Albert-bridge-road, Battersea-park — 1567 
Morgan, F., 155, Auckland-road, Upper Norwood, S.E. — 674 
Morgan. 0. (Miss), 7, Roland-gardens, S.W. — 1479 
Morgan, W. J., 17, Radnor-road, Handsworth, Birmingham — 1 180 
Morley, I. (Miss), 5, Lyndhurst-road, Hampstead, N.W. — 348 
Morris, L. M. (Miss), 25, Ifield-road, Fulham, S.W. — 1971, 1994 
Morris, W. B., 37, Warwick-road, South Kensington, S.W. — 1287 
Morrison, K. M., 55, Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. — 272, 641 
Morrison, R. E., 29, Liverpool and London Chambers, Liverpool — 94 
Morrow, A., 1, Albert Studios, Ba tersea-park, S.W. — 1093 



146 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Mortlock, E. (Miss), 122, Sloane-street, S.W.— 80 

Mostyn, T., Studio, Chorlton-cum- Hardy, Lancashire — 176, 214 

Mottram, C. S., 57, Fordwych-road, West Hampstead, N.W. — 1 192, 

1215 
Mountford, E. W., and G. Lucas, 17, Buckingham-street, Strand — 

1891, 1892 
Muckley, W. J., The Hall, White Notley, Witham, Essex— 1 144 
Mulock, F. C, 28, Walton-street, S.W.— 1013 
Munnings, A. J., Mendlam, Harleston, Norfolk — 391, 952 
Murray, A. A. H., 49, Montague-square, W. — 1348, 1354 
Murray, C. O., 41, The Grove, Hammersmith — 1576 
Murray, G., 5, Scarsdale Studios, Stratford-road, Kensington, W. — 

1043, 1198, 1618, 1912 
Muschamp, S., 165, Goldhurst-terrace, South Hampstead, X.W. — 1030 
Musgrave, H., 16, Rosemont-road, Acton, W. — 178 
Musto, F., Greek-street Chambers, Park-row, Leeds — 1879 
Myers, H. (Miss), 3, Garden-road, Abbey-road, X.W. — 373, 1425, 

1426, 1427 

NORTH, J. W., A., Washford, Taunton— 97 

Nathan, E. (Mrs.), 37, Barkston-gardens, S.W. — 1527 

Naylor, M.J. (Miss), Stamford-bdge. Studios, Fulham-rd., S.W. — 1012 

Nelson, H. E. H., no, Grantham-road, Clapham, S.W. — 161 7 

Netherwood, A., Tywyn, near Llandudno — 622 

Nettleship, J. T., 58, Wigmore-street, W. — 254 

Neve, W. W., 5, Bloomsbury-square, W.C. — 1899 

Newbery, F. H., The School of Art, Glasgow — 751 

Newberry, J. E., 47, Victoria-street, S.W. — 1750 

Newbolt, F., Oakley Lodge, Weybridge — 1540 

Newman, A. C. (Mrs.), 2, Woburn-square, W.C. — 1 46 1 

Newton, E., 4, Raymond's-buildings, W.C. — 1688 

Newton, P. E., 2, New-square, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. — 1754 

Nichol, E., Snape, Saxmundham — 1083 

Nicholson, C. A., 2, New-square, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. — 1730, 1733, 

1743, 1749, 1755, J 79 6 
Nicol, E. E., The Dell, Feltham, Middlesex— 11 18 
Nicol, J. W., Park Cottage, Pelham-street, S. Kensington, S.W. — 2S6 
Niven and Wigglesworth (Messrs.), 34, Mecklenburgh-square, W.C. — 

1725, 1845 
Noble, R., East Linton, Prestonkirk, Addingtonshire, N.B. — 300 
Noel, J. B., 33, Chantry-road, Moseley — 2>Z 
Norman, P., 45, Evelyn-gardens, S.W. — 1305, 1340 



i 9 oo.] THE EXHIBITORS. 147 

Normand, E., Aucklands, Upper Norwood, S.E. — 1006 

Nowell, A. T., 92, Fellows-road, South Hampstead, N.W. — 117, 985 

Nowlam, C. (Miss), The Elms, North Cheam, Surrey — 1517 

Noyes, D. (Miss), The Old House, Mitston, Salisbury — 360 

Nye, H., Bury-common, Pulborough, Sussex — 11 10 

Nye, M. (Miss), 16, Colville-terrace, Kensington-park, W. — 1459 

ORCHARDSON, W. Q., R.A., 13, Portland-place, W.— 143 
OULESS, W. W., R.A., 12, Bryanston-square, W.— 81, 174, 189, 

377, 559 
Oflford, G. E. (Miss), 46, St. Giles-street, Norwich— 1 183 
Offord, M. H. (Miss), 6, Oval-rd., Gloucester-gate, Regent's-park — 701 
Ogden, J., 6, St. Dunstan's-terrace, Canterbury — 1779 
Oldacre, R. S., 14, Temple-street, Birmingham — 1709 
Olivier, H. A., 28, Finchley-road, N.W. — 424, 579, 670, 1033I' 
Olsson, J., St. Ives, Cornwall — 381 
Orchardson, C. M. Q., 54, Parkhill-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W.— 

946, 1004 
Orr, A. A., Ormiston, Harrow-view, Wealdstone, Middlesex — 1759 
Osborne, W., 5, Castlewood-avenue, Rathmines, Dublin — 248, 284, 492 

POYNTER, Sir E. J., P.R.A., 28, Albert-gate, S.W.— 160, 224, 

"39 

PRINSEP, V. C, R.A., 1, Holland-park-rd., Kensington, W.— 148 
PARSONS, A., A., 54, Bedford -gdns., Kensington, W.— 43, 86, 1109 
Padday, C. M., Bosham, Sussex — 580, 1037 
Palethorpe, M. C. (Miss), 9, Colquitt Chambers, Colquitt-stree', 

Liverpool — 967 
Palmer, E. A. (Mrs.), Giltar, Watford, Herts— 1454 
Palmer, S., 10, Newton-grove, Bedford-park, W. — 1107, 1332 
Parker, J., 5, Melina-place, Grove-end-road, N.W. — 1126 
Parkinson, F. (Mrs.) Deerhurst, Streatham, S.W. — 1951 
Parlby, G., 374, Goldhawk-road, W. — 1 739, 1746 
Parry, C. J., Addison House, Whitney-road, Leyton, Essex — 777 
Parsons, A. W., 75, Hampton-park, Redland, Bristol — 1176 
Parsons, J. V. R., 27, Liverpool and London Chambers Exchange, 

Liverpool — 440 
Parton, E., 3, Brunswick-square, W.C. — 83, 504 
Paterson, W., 61, Chancery-lane, W.C. — I 
Paton, H., Ardendam, Marple — 1 621 

Patry, E., 14A, Kensington-crescent, Kensington, W. — 336 -< 
Pattinson, A. (Miss), 49, Buckland-crescent, Hampstead. N.W. — 1472 



148 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Pattison, E. (Mrs.), Billesdon, Leicester — 1387 
Paul, R. W., 3, Arundel-street, Strand, W.C.— 1839, 1847 
Pawley, C. J. C, 25, Victoria-street, Westminster — 1784 
Peacock, R., II, Holland-park-rd., Kensington, W. — 19, 296, 467,564 
Pearse, A., Elmleigh, Hampstead-heath — 1593 
Pedder, J., Eastfield, Furze Piatt, Maidenhead — 746, 1 1 14 
Pegram, H.A., 36, Marlborough-hill, N.W. — 1985, 2041, 2056 
Penrose, J. D., 44, Finchley-road, N.W. — 53, 993 
Percy, H. S., 29, Avenue-road, Shepherd's-bush, W. — 882 
Perkin, J.C., 5, Union-court, E.C. — 1683 
Perugini, C. E., 38A, Victoria-road, Kensington, W. — 91 
Perugini, K. (Mrs. C. E.), 38A Victoria-road, Kensington, W. — 184 
Petrie, G., 49, Roland-gardens, South Kensington — 432 
Pettafor, C, Elsie-bank, Eltham— 998 
Phillpotts, M. S. (Miss), School-house, Bedford— 1518 
Pibworth, C. I., 4, Bramerton-street, Chelsea, S.W. — 1950, 1954, 
. 1998 

Pickering, J. L., 8, Ormond-terrace, Regent's-park, N.W. — 60 
Pilkington, M. E. (Miss), 45, York-mansions, Battersea-park, S.W. — 

1412 
Pite, B., 48, Harley-street, W.— 1832 
Pitman, J. R. A. (Miss), Basford Vicarage, Notts— 523 
Pocock, L. L., 28, Blomfield-road, Maida-vile — 228, 1216 
Pomeroy, F. W., 1, Wentworth Studios, Manresa-road, Chelsea — 1929, 

2054 
Pontin, G., Church House, Yapton, Arundel — 489 
Porter, F. P., 13, Alexandra-road, Norwood, S.E. — 479 
Porter, F., Wribben Hall, Bewdley — 1247 

Postlethwaite, M. E. (Miss), 41, Oxford-road, Kilburn, N.W. — 431 
Pott, C. M. (Miss), 81, Cornwall-gardens, S.W. — 1554, 1563 
Potter, W. B., 2, Bolton-gardens, S.W. —93 
Power, C. E., 28, Great Ormonde-street, W.C. — 1 741 
Power, H. H., Farrants, Dunsford, near Exeter, Devon — 470 
Pownall, L. A., 4, Acacia-road, St. John's-wood — 1217 
Pownall, M. (Miss), 53B, Via Margutta, Rome — 1923 
Poynter, A. M., 148A, Sknne-street, S.W. — 1885 
Praetorius, C. J., Pomona Studios, New King's-roid, S.W. — 1181 
Praga, A., The Grey House, Hornton-street, Kensington — 1371 
Pratt, J., Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham — 462, 921 
Pratt, J. B., Carlton House, Harpenden, Herts. — 1671 
Prentice, A. N., Hastings House, Norfolk-street, W.C. — 1700, 1 719 
Priestman, A., 3, Walmer Villas, Bradford — 522 ; 



i 9 oo.] THE EXHIBITORS. 149 

Priestraan, B., 29, Beaufort-street, S.W. — 332 

Prior, E. S., 10, Melina-place, N.W. — 1689 

Probst, C, 23 IV. B. Theresianumgasse, Vienna — 301 

Proctor, A. E., Heathend, Albury, near Guildford — 385, 870 

Pryce, T. E., 10, Gray's-inn-square, W.C. — 1902 

Pughe, B. A. (Miss), Cotterell House, Towyn, North Wales — 73 

Pyke-Nott, I. (Miss), Porlock, Somerset — 1 156, 1507 

Quennell, C. H. B., 17, Victoria-street, Westminster, S.W. — 1900 
Quicke, E. P. (Miss), The Lynches, Shalford, Guildford, Surrey — 

409 
Quinton, A. R., 10, New-court, Carey-street, W.C. — 1 155, 1 173 

RICHMOND, Sir W. B., K.C.B., R.A., Beavor Lodge, Hammersmith 

— 138. 585, 662, 1591, i6o5, 1615, 1642. 
RIVIERE, B., R.A., 82, Finchley-road, N.W.— 69, 219 
Rae, H. (Mrs. E. Normand), Aucklands, Upper Norwood, S.E. — 1075 
Raine, H., 21, Oakley-street, Chelsea — 1831, 1905 
Ram, ]. A. (Miss), Eccleston Studios, 49, Hugh-street, Eccleston-sq., 

S.W.— 660 
Ransom. G., Fairfield, Farnham, Sussex — 428, 734 
Ransome, J., 11, Argyle-place, Regent-street, W. — 1715 
Ravenhill, M. F. (Miss), 3, Cleveland-gardens, Ealing, W. — 1224 
Rea, C, 53, Beaufort-street, Chelsea — 731 
Reckitt, F. W., 2, West Hampstead Studios, Sherriff-road, West 

Hampstead, N.W. — 159 
Redgate, A. W., 11, Charmwood-grove, W. Bridgford, Nottingham — 

848, 1007 
Reid, F. M. (Miss), 62, Parkhill-rd., Hampstead, N. W.— 804, 814, 935 
Reid, J. R., 62, Parkhill-road, Hampstead, N.W. —503 
Reid, S., 125, Handley-road, Crouch-hill, N. — 931 
Reid, S., Woodridings, Pinner, Middlesex — 156 
Renault, Lexde, I, Lyncroft Mansions, Fortune-green-road, Hampstead, 

N.W.— 456, 473 
Reynolds-Stephens, W., 10, Hill-road, N.W. — 2023 
Rheam, H. M., Newly n, Penzance — 11 17 

Richards, A. (Miss), 25, Rossetti Mansions, Cheyne-walk, S.W. — 12S 
Richards, W. T., 21, Pembridge-road, Notting-hill, W. — 36, 260 
Richardson, C. E., Kirklevington Hall Farm, York — 468, 941 
Richardson, E. (Miss), c/o Mr. Smith, Coldharbour, nr. Dorking — 460 
Richardson, F. S., Sandy, Bedfordshire — 1032, 1061 
Richardson, H. L., 83, Ondine-road, East Dulwich, S.E. — 1586 



150 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Richardson, J. T., Etaples, Pas de Calais, France — 761 

Richardson, R. J., c/o E. Lander, 22, Joubert Mansions, Jubilee-place, 

KingVroad, Chelsea — 1647 
Ricketts, W. C, 20, Bank-street, Barbourne, Worcester — 1330 
Rigby, H. M. (Miss), Abbott Hayes, Chester — 1982, 2043 
Rigg, E. H., 280, Swan-arcade, Bradford, Yorkshire — 1022 
Rivers, L., 2, Darenth-road, Stamford-hill, N. — 1067, 1147 
Riviere, H. G., 38, Abercorn-place, N.W. — 568, 962, 1054 
Robb, W. G., 193A, Gray's-inn-road, W.C. — 292 
Roberts, E., 6, William-street, Lowndes-square — 1145, 1164 
Roberts, K. M. (Miss), 169, Grove-street, Liverpool — 447 
Robertson, G. E., 190, Ebury-street, Eaton-square, S.W. — 375 
Robertson, H. R., 1, Steele's Studios, Haverstock-hill, N.W. — 1273, 

1282 
Robertson, J. K. (Mrs.), The Guest House, Wanstead — 1446 
Robertson, P., Meadow House, Godalming, Surrey — 1299 
Robertson, T., Studios, 21, Camden-road, N.W. — 443 
Robertson, V. J., 190, Ebury-street, Eaton-square, S.W. — 366 
Robinson, M. (Miss), St. Hilda's, Hampton Wick — 1487 
Robinson, T., Glenhurst, Granville-road, Stroud-green, N. — 1631 
Robinson, W., 66, Montholme-road, Wandsworth-common, S.W. — 

876, 902 
Roe, F., 104, Priory-road, West Hampstead — 23, 1010 
Rogers, M.,jun.,c/o Messrs. Trollope, 77, Grosvenor-road, S.W. — 1920 
Rollins, J. W., 72, Cheyne-walk, Chelsea — 1983 
Ronner, H. (Madame), 57, Chaussee de Vleurgat, Brussels — 889 
Rooke, H. K., Trenoweth, Egmont-road, Sutton, Surrey — 1148 
Rope, G. T., Blaxhall, Wickham Market— 976 

Rose, H. R., 50, Harrington-gardens, South Kensington, S.W. — 246 
Ross, J. (Mrs.), 20, Loudoun-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 478 
Rossi, A. M., 27, Maitland-park-villas, Haverstock-hill — 1 1 77, 1 197 
Rouse, N. (Miss), Clarence-house, Teignmouth, Devon — 1450 
Rowe, W., jun., 6, Lavender-gardens, Battersea, S.W. — 765 
Rudd, A. J. (Miss), Teesdale, Spencer-road, Bournemouth — 1203 
Russell, Mallows, and Grocock, 1 1, Gray's-inn-square, W.C. — 1846 
Ryland, H., 4, Pembroke Studios, Kensington, W.— 1185, 1331 

SANT, J., R.A., 43, Lancaster-gate, Hyde-park, W., Principal 
Painter in Ordinary to Her Majesty — 115, 233, 856, 911 

SARGENT, J. S., R.A., 33, Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. —44, 190, 
213, 625, 630, 729 

SHAW, R. N., R.A., 6, Ellerdale-road, Hampstead, N.W. — 1748 



igoo.] THE EXHIBITORS. 151 

STONE, M., R A., 8, Melbury-road, Kensington, W.— 161 
SHANNON, J. J., A., 3, Holland-park-road, Kensington, W.— 50, 

121, 371 
SMYTHE, L. P., A. y Chateau Honvault, Pas Wimille, Pas de 

Calais — 55 
SOLOMON, S. J., A., 60, Finchley-road, N.W.— 255, 539, 597, 1024 
STOREY, G. A., A, 39, Broadhurst-gardens, South Hampstead, 

N.W.— 107, 526, 838, 1081 
SWAN, J. M., A., 3, Acacia-road, N.W. — IQ38, 2014, 2019 
Sachs, J. W. (Mrs.), 32, Whitehead's-grove, Chelsea — 1456 
Sadler, W. D., Hemingford Grey, St. Ives, Hunts.— 285, 327 
Sainsbury, G. E. (Miss), 4, Emanuel-avenue, Acton, W. — 798 
Salisbury, F. O., 4, Limerston Studio, West Brompton, S.W. — 466 
Salmon, J. C, Elsinor, Deganwy, Llandudno — 1166, 1213 
Saltmer, F. A. (Miss), Whiteholm, Shoreham, Sussex — 64 
Sambourne, L., 18, Stafford-terrace, Kensington, W. — 1588 
Sang, F. J., 68, Carlton-rd., Kentish-town, N.W.— 509, 513, 817, 819 
Sansom, N. (Miss), 60, Netherwood-road, West Kensington — 1152, 

1372, 1415 
Savidge, J. T., 90, Carter-street, Newington, S.E. — 895 
Sawyer, E. (Mrs.), Haverstock Cottage, Bushey Heath, Watford — 1661 
Scannell, E. (Miss), 20, Victoria-road, Kensington, W. — 195 
Schloesser, C, 1, Primrose-hill Studios, Fitzroy-road, N.W. — 929 
Schofield, K., Gate House, Clayton, Bradford— 688 
Schultz, R. W., 14, Gray's-inn-square, W.C. — 1691, 1704 
Scott, Ada (Miss), 4, High-street, Ventnor— 487 
Scott, Amy (Miss), 14, Preston-street, Brighton — 13 10 
Scott, J., 5, The Mall, Parkhill-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W.— 51, 210 
Scott, J. O., 35, Spring-gardens, S.W. — 1834 • 1 

Scott, M. H. B., The Red House, Douglas, Isle of Man— 1756, 1804, 

1863, 1869, 1870 
Scott, S. E., 27, Margaretta-terrace, Chelsea, S.W.— 707 
Scully, H., Studios, 1 1, Nelson-place, Cork — 10 
Sedcole, H., Chillingly, Knebworth, Herts — 1655 
Semenowsky, E., 15, Trinity-road, Tulse-hill, S.W. — 803, 942 
Senior, M., 9, South-parade, Leeds — 243, 387, 397 
Seth-Smith, W. H., 46, Lincoln's-inn-fields, W.C— 1805 
Shackle, G. H., Rosedale, Stanford-road, New Southgate, N. — 1826 
Shackleton, W., 30, Churchfield Mansions, New King's-road, Fulham 

—324, 836 
Shand, C. R. (Miss), Studio, Gas Co. Chambers, Newcastle-on-Tyne^ 

747, 772 



152 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Sharman and Archer, Wellingborough — 1858 

Shaw, B., 28, Addison-road, W. — 1034 

Shaw, B. (Mrs. E.), 28, Addison-road, Kensington— 145 1, 1452, 1466 

Shaw, J. J., 150, Camden-road, NAY. — 1842 

Shaw, K. (Miss), 26, York-street-chambers, Bryanston-sq. — 1960. 1987 

Sheard, T. F. M., 3, Turner's Studios, Glebe-pl., Chelsea, S.W. — 342 

Shelley, F., 39, Torrington-place, Plymouth — 1129, 1239 

Shelley, F., 4, Margravine-gardens, West Kensington, W. — 691 

Sheppard, E. (Miss), I, York-road, Northampton — 728 

Sheppard, O., Castle-rooms, Lenton-road, Nottingham — 1980 

Shepperson, C. A., 18, Kensington-court-place, W. — 1589, 1604, 1629 

Sherborn, C. W., 540 King's-road, Chelsea — 1583 

Short, G. H., Avondale, Rosemont-road, Acton, W. — 1575, 1638, 1662 

Short, R., 22, The Walk, Cardiff— 874, 891 

Shrigley and Hunt (Messrs. ), 28, John-street, Bedford-row, W.C. — 1841 

Sigmund, B. D., Lyndale, Wrexham-road, Slough, Bucks — 1225, 1327 

Simonds, G., 65, Hamilton-terrace, St. John's-wood — 1974 

Sims, C, St. Lawrence, Southminster, Essex — 402 

Simson (Mrs. S.), 37, Rue Boileau, Auteuil, Paris — 1390, 1524 

Slater, J. F., 13, Mosley -street, Newcastle-on-Tyne — 420 

Sloane, M. A. (Miss), 57, Bedford -gdns., Campden-hill, W.— 1566, 1571 

Small, A. G., 294, Camden-road, N. — 412 

Small, F. (Mrs. D. Hardy), 36, Gloucester-road, Regent's-park, N.W. 

— 220 
Small, W., 294, Camden-road, N.W. — 1016 

Smith, A. G., 3, The Mall, Parkhill-road, Hampstead, N.W. —109 
Smith, A. H., 3, Dancer-road, Fulham-road, S.W. — 1895 
Smith, C, 15, Rossetti Mansions, Cheyne-walk, Chelsea — 61 1 
Smith, C. (Miss), The Studio, 58, Rathbone-place, W.— 1531, 1545 
Smith, C. A., Lashams Hill, Witley, Surrey — 11 72 
Smith, C. E. P. (Mrs.), Kitcat Cottage, Greyshot, Haslemere, Surrey 

-917 
Smith, H., 7, Bolton Studios, Redcliffe-road, S.W. —170 
Smith, H. E. (Mrs.), 14, Hemstall-road, West Hampstead— 1386 
Smith, L. B. (Mrs.), Rylett-crescent, Shepherd's-bush, \Y.— 1370 
Smith, M. M., 6a, Berners-street, W. — 1897 
Smith, N., The Studios, Edith-terrace, Chelsea — 1230 
Smith, R., 54, Pembroke-road, Clifton, Bristol— 1246 
Smith, R. B. L. (Mrs.), 31, Portman-square, W. — 1304 
Smyth, M., 56, Abbey-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. —77 
Smythe, M. (Miss), Chateau d'Honvault, par Wimille, Pas de Calais— 

1 150, 1226 



1900.J THE EXHIBITORS. 153 

Snowman, I., Studio, 48, Fortune-green-road, West Hampstead — 

485, 604 
Solon, L. V., Bank House, Vine-street, Stoke-on-Trent — 2044 
Somerscales, T., 3, Leicester-street, Hull — 1042 
Somerscales, T., jun., 301, Beverley-road, Hull, Yorks — 1352 
Soord, A. U., 1, Meadow Studios, Bushey, Herts — 1073, I221 
Soper, H. C. W., 14, Rectory-grove, Clapham, S.W. — 1391 
Spain, J. E., 28, Ovington-street, Chelsea — 1731 
Speed, H., Onslow Studios, 183, King's-rd., Chelsea — 380, 1596, 

1602 
Spence, E., Cushendall, Pit Farm, Guildford — 1122, 1254 
Spence, P. F. S., 20, Ruskin Mansion, Queen's-club-gardens, Ken- 
sington, W. — 48 
Spencelayh, C, Trefusis Villas, Windmill-road, New Brompton — 

453 

Spencer, F., 32, Geneva-road, Brixton, S.W. — 852 
Spenlove-Spenlove, F., Kent House, Lansdowne-road, W. — 145, 177, 

644> 75° 
Spooner, C, Eyot Cottage, Chiswick-mall, W. — 191 1 
Sprague, E. (Miss), Bingham Studios, Bingham-place. Nottingham- 
street, W. — 842 
Spurling, C. (Miss), 63, Redcliffe-road, South Kensington — -1849, 1851 
Stamp, W. L. (Miss), 29, High-street, Hampstead, N.W. — 1308 
Stanley, D. (Lady Stanley), 2, Richmond-terrace, Whitehall — 752 
Stannard, E. (Miss), Harpur-place, Bedford — 1200 
Stannard, S., Flitwick, Beds — 1097, 11 19 
Stannus. A. C, 39, Westbourne-park-road, W. — 158 
Stanton^ E. (Miss), Upfield, Stroud, Glos.— 651 
Starling, A., Wedmerpoole, Sutton, Surrey — 709 
Statham, H. H., 44, Gower-street, W.C.— 1875 
Steel, J. S., Strathview, Perth, N.B.— 4-37 
Steele, F. H. (Miss), 63, Rowan-rd., Brook-green, W.— 1952, 1995, 

2008 J 
Steggles. R. J., 34, Caversham-road, Camden-road, N.W. — 1714, 

1815 ' 
Stein, L. (Miss), 161, Adelaide-road, South Hampstead, 1500 
Sterry, E. S. (Miss), 3, Bedford-place, Croydon — 1464, 1467 
Steuart, A. M. G. (Miss), 29, Boulevard des Batignolles, Paris — 508 
Stevens, J. H., 21, High-park-street, Liverpool — 744 
Stevenson, J. J., 4, Porchester-gardens, W. — 1753 
Stewart, A., 3, Randolph-gardens, Maida-vale, N.W. — 623 
Stewart, C. E., 6, Melina-place, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 124 



154 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Stewart, K. (Miss), 54, Cotleigh-road, West Hampstead — 1448 

Stewart, R., 29, Maddox-street, W. — 1555 

Stock, H. J., 454A, Fulham-road, S.W.— 528 

Stokes, A., IA, Kensington-square, W. — 1057 

Stokes, L., Prince's-street, Westminster, S.W. — 1789 

Stoney, T. B., 6a, Stanley Studios, Park-walk, Chelsea — 678 

Stoppoloni, A. G., I, Upper Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. — 653, 754, 

912 
Stormont, H. G., Ypres Studio, Rye, Sussex, 12 12 
Stormont, M. (Mrs. H. G.), Ypres Studio, Rye, Sussex — 1192 
Stott, E., Amberley, Sussex — 867 
Stratton, A., University College, Liverpool — 1791 
Streatfield, G. E. S., 26, York-place, W.— 1896 
Street, K. (Miss), 53, Highbury-park, N. — 1336 
Stretton, P. E., 40, Dover-street, W. — 211, 433, 1047 
Strutt, A. E., 143, Darnley-road, Gravesend — 1269 
Strutt, A. W., Rhosille, Wadhurst, Sussex — 21, 442, 655, 131 1 
Stuart, C, The Hermitage, Cleve-rd., West Hampstead, N.W. — 209, 

588 
Sutcliffe, L., Sun-buildings, Park-row, Leeds — 1599 
Suthers, L., The Cottage, Porlock, Somerset— 983 
Swain, N., 148, Hailsham-avenue, Streatham-hill, S.W. — 760 
Swainson, M. (Miss), 2, Southend-villas, Cheltenham — 1946 
Swan, C.E., 233A, Stanhope-street, N.W. — 562 
Swingler, J. F., 19, Prebend-gardens, Chiswick — 196 
Swinstead, G. H., The Studio, 24, Weston-park, Crouch-end, N. — 270, 

681, 787 
Sykes, G., 33 & 34, Estate-buildings, Huddersfield — 1339 
Symonds, W. R., Cornwall Lodge, Rowan-rd., Brook-green, W. — 

667 
Synge, E. M., Eastlands, Weybridge — 1557, 1559 

THORNYCROFT, H., R.A., 2A, Melbury-road, Kensington, W.— 

2021 -.-.. ^ 

TUKE, H. S., A., Lyndon Lodge, Hanwell, W.— 359, 483, 1062 
Tait, A. S. (Miss), 99, Burnt-ash-road, Lee — 425. 797 
Talbot, L. A., c/o J. P. Jacomb-Hood, 26, Tite-street, Chelsea— 

,534 

Tankerville, The Earl of, Chillingham Castle, Belford, Northumber- 

land— 1363, 1364, 1365, 1366 
Tanner, H., jun., 19, Haymarket, S.W. — 1696 
Tapper, W. J., 1, Raymond-buildings, Gray's-inn, W.C.— 1824 



1900.] THE EXHIBITORS. 155 

Tarver, H. M. (Miss), The Bungalow, Old Bushey, Herts — 1499, 15 15, 

1516, 1522 
Taubman, F. M., 66, Glebe-place, Chelsea — 191 5 
Tayler, A. C, 30, Sussex Villas, Kensington, W. — 592 
Taylor, L., 16, Connaught Mansions, Battersea-park, S.W. — 1569 
Taylor, L. C, 61, Broadhurst-gardens, N.W.— 75, 916, 938 
Teasdale, P. M., 3, Broomfield-road, Headingley, Leeds — 113 
Teesdale, K. J. M., The Warren, Cranleigh, Surrey — 416 
Temple, C. H., Lincoln-hi'l, Iron Bridge, Salop — 1859 
Temple, R. S., The Lodge, Lammas, Norfolk — 65 
Tenison, N. (Miss), 215, Uxbridge-road, W. — 1640 
Terry, A. D. (Miss), 2, Prince's-road, Wimbledon — 415 
Thaulow, F., 21, Boulevard Berthier, Paris — 365, 608 
Thiede, A., 4, Pomona Studios, New King's-rd., Fuiham, S.W. — 654 
Thomas, D. A., 1, Harley Studios, Priory-grove, South Kensington — 

1925 

Thomas, P. E. F. (Miss), The Beeches, Tymaston, Haverfordwest — 

758 
Thompson, H. R., 6, Parkhill-rcad Studios, Priory-grove, Haverstock- 

hill— 1 133, 1 134, 1135 
Thompson, I. (Miss), 29, Victoria-avenue, Whitley Biy, near Newcastle- 

on-Tyne — 141 3 
Thompson, S., 22,Margiretta-terrace, Chelsea, S.W. — 1098 
Thomson, W. H. (Miss), 57, Onslow-square, S.W. — 1383, 1384, 

1385 
Thorburn, A., 88, FelLws-road, South Hampstead, N.W.— 1195 
Tilney, F. C., Unaleigh, Green-lanes, Winchmore-hill, N. — 1573, 

1738 
Tindall, E., 13, Vernon-road, Woodhouse-lane, Leeds — 725 
Titcomb, W. H. Y., St. Ives, Cor.. wall— 330 
Tizard, K. (Miss), 40, Spring-street, Paddington — 1949 
Tofano, E., Chelsea Arts Club, Chelsea, S.W.— 583 
Toft, A., 11, Trafalgar Studios, Manresa-road, Chelsea— 1959 
Topham, F. W. W., Coneyhurst, Ewhurst, Surrey— 619 
Torrome, F. J., 57, Palace-road, Tulse-hill, S.W.— 451, 590, 687 
Towers, S., Bron Avon, Llandudno-junction, North Conway — 1227 
Townshend, J., Studios, 112, Prince of Wales-road, N.W. — 799 
Tree, P., 59, Linden-road, St. Leonard's-on-Sea — 1882 
Trier, A. (Mrs.), 6, The Terrace, Champion -hill, S.E.— 566 
Triggs, H. L, Stafford House, Chiswick— 1864, 1888 
Trinnell, H. C„ White Cliff, Woldingham, Surrey— 1729 
Tucker, A., Windermere, Westmorland — 1099, 1209 



156 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Tucker, T. St. G., 31, Paulton-square, Chelsea, S.W.— 150. 522 

Turner, A. W., Springfield, Heworth, York — 59 

Turner, J. (Mrs. H.), 51, Tavistock-square, W.C. — 1151 

Turner, W. L., Hawkshead, North Lancashire — 47 

Turrell, A. J., 117, Alexandra-road, St. John's-wood — 1580 

Turrell, H., c/o Charles Turrell, Esq., 27, Old Bond-street, \\\ — 

1445, 1476 
Tweed, J., 14A, Cheyne-row, Chelsea — 1944 
Tyson, J. H., 14, Chatsworth-avenue, Liscard, Cheshire — 1328 

Underwood, E. S., 3, Queen-street, Cheapside, E.C. — 1857 

Urquhart, W. J., 237, King's-road, Chelsea — 1622 

Urwick, W., 3, Hill-road, St. John's-wood, N.W.— 299, 878 

Vander Weyden, H., Montreuil-sur-Mer, France — 367, 733, 796 

Van Ruith, H., 18, Holland-park-road, W.— 287, 362 

Vedder, S. H., 7, The Mall, Parkhill-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W.— 

166 
Veness, A. M. (Miss), 28, Malpas-road, Brockley, S.E.— 821 
Ventnor, A., 5, Carnarvon- road, Norwich — 794 
Verey, A., 54, Cavendish-road, Kilburn — 1323 
Verner, F. A., 39, Palace-terrace, Fulham — 411 
Vigor, C, 15, Bolton Studios, Redcliffe-road, SAY. — 88, 1005, 1018 
Vokes, A. E., Goodyear-chambers, Northampton — 498 
Von Glehn, W. G., 58, Glebe-place, Chelsea, SAY.- 542. 

WATERHOUSE, A., R.A., 20. New Cavendish-street, Portland-pl., 

W.-5 9 9 
WATERHOUSE, J.W.,R.A., 6, Primrose-hill Studios, Regent's^ 

park, NAY. — 155 
WATTS, G. F., R.A., Little Holland House, Kensington, W.— 207 
WELLS, H. T., R.A., Thorpe Lodge, Campden-hill, W.— 30, 225, 

278, 384, 1598 
WOODS, H., R.A., c/o Luke Fildes, Esq., R.A., 11, Melbury-road, 

Kensington, W. — 116, 153 
WATERLOW, E. A., A., 1, Maresfield-gardens, Fitzjohns-avenue, 

N.W. — 12, 193, 672 
WEBB, A., A., 19, Queen Anne's-gate, Westminster, SAY. — 1866 
WYLLIE, W. L., A., Hoo Lodge, Hoo Saint Werburgh, Rochester— 

275 
Wade, G. E., The Avenue, 76, Fulham-road, SA\ . — 1927, 1977 



1900.] THE EXHIBITORS. 15 

Waite, E. W., Abinger Hammer, Dorking — 328 

Waite, H., 14, Lee-park, Blackheath, S.E. — 137 

Waite, T., 7, Maitland-park-villas, N.W.— 829 

Wakley, H. M., Albion-chambers, Adams-street, W.C.— 1877 

Walbourn, E., Holmdale, Chingford, Essex — 806 

Walenn, F. D., The Studio, 15, Avenue-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

—887, 1027 
Walker, A. E. (Miss), 14A, Cheyne-row, Chelsea— 123 
Walker, A. G., 5, Cedars Studios, Glebe-place, Chelsea — 2049, 20 5° 
Walker, F. H., Oakdene, East Burnham-common, near Slough — 217 
Walker, F. S., 58, North-hill, Highgate— 932, 1574 
Walker, J. H., jun., 17, North Audley-st., Grosvenor-sq., W. — 2009 
Walker, W. (Miss), 4, Torrington-park, North Finchley, N.W. — 1362 
Wallace, J., 39, Bramerton-street, Chelsea — 925 
Waller, M. L. (Mrs. S. E.), 58, Circus-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 

408, 484 
Waller, S. E., 3, Wychcombe Studios, Haverstock-hill, N.W. — 950 
Walton, F., Holmbury St. Mary, Dorking— 378, 778, 909, 1 141 
Wane, R., 13, Kinglake-road, Egremont, Cheshire — 1038, 1 189 
Ward, A., 6, Pembroke Studios, Pembroke-gardens, Kensington, W, 

—335 
Ward, C. D., 237, King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. — 739 
Ward, G. AY., 30, Mosley-street, Newcastle-on-Tyne — 1686 
Ward, Herbert, 1, Woronzow-road Studios, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

—399, 1957 
Ward, H., 8, Bank-buildings, Hastings — 1786, 1854 
Ward, W. H., 28, Theobald's-road, W.C.— 1770, 1903 
Wardle, A., 34, Alma-square, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 26, 329, 

1 163 
Warn, B., 14, Meadow Studios, Bushey, Herts — 1435, 1520 
Warne, A. C. (Miss), 132, Kyverdale-road, Stamford-hill — 321 
Watson, C. J., 5, Wentworth Studios, Manresa-rd., Chelsea — 1295, 1535 
Watson, G. S., 2, Pembroke Studios, Pembroke-gardens, Kensington — 

572, 1046 
Watson, H., 18, Kensington-court-place, Kensington, W. — 571, 8oi 7 

825, 1066 
Watson, J., 5, Nesham-street, Newcastle-on-Tyne — 965 
Watson, P. H., 4, Adam-street, Adelphi, W.C. — 1720, 1838 
Watson, T. L., 166, Bath-street, Glasgow— 1898 
Watts, J. T., 34, Lidderdale-road, Sefton-park, Liverpool — 1233 
Watts, L. M. (Mrs. J. T.), 34, Lidderdale-road, Sefton-park, Liverpool 

—1258 



158 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1900. 

Wauters, E., 57, Rue Ampere, Paris — 458, 1070 

Way, C, Bruce-buildings, Newcastle-on-Tyne — 114 

Way, F. (Mrs. A. Thacker), 4, Gwendwr-road, West Kensington, W. 

—1374, 1403 
Wear, M. (Miss), IA, Lennard-place, Circus-road, N.W. — 1495 
Weaver, E. (Miss), 17, Nottingham-place, W. — 1160 
Weaver, H. P., 46, Belsize-road, S. Hampstead — 1314 
Webb, J. C, in, Clifton-hill, St. John's-wood, N.W.— 1614, 1668 
Webb, W. E., 30, Exchange-bldgs., St. Mary's-gate, Manchester — 

830 
Webley, S., 68, Kelmscott-road, Clapham-junction — 1603, 1657 
Weedon, A. W., 193, Portsdown-road, W.— 1 1 13 
Wehrschmidt, D. A., 6a, Holbein Place, S.W. — 1079 
Weir, E. D. (Miss), 58, Trumbull-street, New Haven, U.S.A.— 

: H24 

Weiss, J., Houghton, Arundel, Sussex — 372, 633, 1020 
Welby, R. (Miss), 23, Greycoat-gardens, Victoria-street, S.W. — 966 
West, J. W., The Sundial, Northwood, Middlesex — 250, 16 10, 

1646 
Western, C, 3, Terrett's-place, Upper-street, N. — 919 
Wetenhall, E. B., 27, Fitzroy-street, Fitzroy-square — 1744 
Wetherbee, G., 13, Cannon-place, Hampstead, N.W. — 266, 313 
Whall, C. W., 19, Shaftesbury-road, Ravenscourt-park — 1844 
Wheelwright, R., 18, Grosvenor-road, Watford — 95, 257, 683 
Whellock, R. P., 45, Finsbury-pavement, E.C. — 1699 
White, A. C, 93, Clifton-hill, N.W. —1932, 1941 
White, E. R., 36, Barclay-road, Walham-green — 1264 
White, F. (Miss), 8, Bolton Studios, South Kensington— 1367, 1368 

1369, 1389 
White, I. (Miss), 2, Kensington Studios, Kelso-place — 245 
White, J., Branscombe, Axminster, East Devon — 520, 663 
White, S. W., 32, Great Ormond-street, W.C.— 169 
Whitehead, E. (Miss), 5, Lansdowne-terrace, Leamington Spa — 779, S02 
Whiteley, J. W., Staveley via Leeds — 310 
Whiteside, R. C. (Miss), 13, Chaucer Mansions, Queen's-club-gardens, 

W.— 1444 
Whiting, A. (Miss), Cromwell-bdgs., Melbourne, Australia — 147S, 

1490 
Whiting, F., Studio, 22, Park-village-east, N.W. — 1620 
Whitley, W. T., 78, Alexandra-road, St. John's-wood, X.W.— 497 
Wild, F. P., The Studio, Marlow, Bucks— 179, 928 
Wilkinson, M. I. (Miss), Limnersholme, Old Bushey, Herts — 1526 



iqoo.] THE EXHIBITORS. I 

Williams, A., Studio, 8, Holland-villas-road, Kensington, S.W.— 

1440 
Williams, L. G. (Miss), 4, The Studios, Holland-park-road, W. — 

1928, 1940, 1 96 1 
Williams, T., Art Club Studios, Blackheath, S.E. — 63, 247, 295, 

400, 947 
Williamson, F., Quex Lodge, West-end-lane, N.W. — 1266 
Willink and Thicknesse (Messrs.), Liverpool — 1748 
Willis, E. M. (Miss), 31, Leinster-terrace, Hyde-park, W. — 1091 
Willis, F., Glenavon, Frances-road, Windsor — 1666 
Willson, E. D. (Miss), Ballamona, Headingley, Leeds — 1241 
Willson, J. J., Ballamona, Headingley, Leeds — 1 191 
Wilmshurst, G. C, 70, Adelaide-road, N.W. — 70 
Wilson, C. E., The Studio, Milford-heath, Godalming — 1140 
Wilson, G. W. I., 3 a, The Avenue, 76, Fulham-road — 2022 
Wilson, P., Gloucester House, Sudbury, Harrow— 1530, 1660 
Wimbush, J. L., 8, Fitzroy-street, Fitzroy-square, W. — 884 
Wimperis, J. T., and Arber (Messrs.), 25, Sackville-street, W. — 

1767 
Winkfield, F. A., 59, Britannia-road, Fulham, S.W. — 407, 531 
Wirgman, T. B., 24, Dawson-place, W. — 664, 949 
Witherby, H. F., 1, Eliot-place, Blackheath — 422, 705 
Wood, C. M. (Mrs. R. H. Wright), 2, Harcourt-buildings, Temple, 

E.C. — 223, 242, 742, 763, 822 
Wood, E., 78, Cross-street, Manchester — 1752, 1774 
Wood, F. D., Fontana Studios, 27, Glebe-place, Chelsea — 1926, 

1934, 1953 
Wood, J. B., Woodbridge, Suffolk— 859 
Wood, W. T., Putney-heath, Putney, S.W.— 808 
Woodroffe, P., 45, Rowan-road, Brook -green, W. — 1582 
Woodville, R. C, 107, Queen's-gate, S.W. —627 
Woodward, A. B. (Miss), 129, Beaufort-street, Chelsea — 1679 
Woolhouse, E. M. (Miss), Tamworth, Staffordshire — 561 
Wornum, R. S., 26, Bedford-square, W.C. — 1878 
W T orsfold, E. M., Florence Villas, Feltham, Middlesex — 15 12 
Worsfold, M. B. (Miss), 20A, Campden-hill-gardens, W. — 1431, 

1480 
Wright, E. (Mrs. A. Barclay), 2, Harrington-gardens, S.W. — 530 
Wright, G., 26, Regent's-park-terrace, Hyde-park, Leeds— 652, 818 
Wright, G. S., 33, St. German's-road, Forest-hill, S.E.— 990 
Wright, L. F. (Miss), The Willows, Harlesden— 1652 
Wyllie, C. W., 8a, Elm-tree-road, St. John's-wood — 401 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF EXHIBITORS. [1900. 

.desias, V. P., 14, Grove-end-road, N.W.— 42, 541, 675 

oung, A. S., 30, Trafalgar-square, Chelsea — -1969 
/"oung M. (Miss), 9, The Avenue, 76, Fulham-road, S.W. — 540 
^"oung, W., 6, Lancaster-place, Strand, W.C. — 1909 

Zink, G. F., 34, Princess-road, Kilburn-park, N.W. — 1414 



The following Academicians and Associates do ?wt exhibit 
this year. 

AITCHISON, G., R.A., 150, Harley-street, W. 

ARMSTEAD, H. H., R.A., 52, Circus-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

BODLEY, G. F., A., 41, Gloucester-place, Portman-square. 

FAED, T., R.A., 24A, Cavendish-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

HORSLEY, J. C, R.A., 1, High-row, Kensington, W. 

NICOL, E., A., The Dell, Feltham, Middlesex. 

PICKERSGILL, F. R., R.A., The Towers, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. 

STACPOOLE, F., A., 1, Nassau-gardens, Church-road, Barnes, Surrey. 

YEAMES, W. F., R.A., 4, Campbell-road, Hanwell, W. 



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